I had no problem installing Ziproxy, as its in the main packages…
But how to use it?
I mean, so far I could find out, to start it, I musst run:ziproxy --daemon (http://programminglinuxblog.blogspot...-internet.html)
My /etc/ziproxy/ziproxy.conf is full of stuff I've found on internet:
The goal is to compress to the maximum the images, and other stuff that uses too much bandwich (like Opera Turbo).
I really dont care if a picture is full of pixels, or not.
I do not want to use Opera, just to enjoy a fast Internet.
I will not install Midori, Iron, Chrome, eLink or Arora. I want to continue with my usual Firefox and opera. The advantage is that in Firefox, I have NoScript, and other several improvements/extensions, which I cant enjoy in Opera.
I think the fault is, to include four different parameters (Address,Port,NextProxy,NextPort) that are probably for the same thing.
Can someone explain for what is each one, please? And wich is exactly this one I must put into Firefox.
Also had thought that perhaps there is some way to apply the proxy system-wide, not only in the Firefox settings. Maybe by editing the configuration of Networkmanager?
I've also read about Polipo and Varnish-cache… But I think the more accurate solution would be, Ziproxy.
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