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Old 05-12-2004, 08:49 PM   #1
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Unhappy how can i upgrade my squid 2.5 stable 1 to stable 3 in RH9?

hi i am installing a web proxy/cache/DNS/NAT box with RH9. all that is needed now is the squid proxy and the iptables firewall since they have to go together. I am squid 2.5 stable 1 installed by default in RH9 but i am not confortable since there are still stable 3,4,5. i wud like to use stable 3 since i am familiar with it in mandrake 9.2. but currently i dont know how to go about upgrading from stable 1 to stable 3. what things to get and what and how to compile and build to stable 3? pls i need help.




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