🔗 Squid on Ubuntu
🔗 Pre-Built Binary Packages
Packages available for Squid on multiple architectures.
- Maintainer: Luigi Gangitano
Bug Reports: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/squid
aptitude install squid
Many versions of Ubuntu and Debian are routinely build-tested and unit-tested as part of our BuildFarm and are known to compile OK.
The Linux system layout differs markedly from the Squid defaults. The following ./configure options are needed to install Squid into the Debian / Ubuntu standard filesystem locations:
Plus, of course, any custom configuration options you may need.
As always, additional libraries may be required to support the features you want to build. The default package dependencies can be installed using:
aptitude build-dep squid
This requires only that your sources.list contain the deb-src repository to pull the source package information. Features which are not supported by the distribution package will need investigation to discover the dependency package and install it.
The usual one requested is libssl-dev for SSL support.
🔗 Init Script
The init.d script is part of the official Debain/Ubuntu packaging. It does not come with Squid directly. So you will need to download a copy from the Debian repository to /etc/init.d/squid
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