At 2003-02-26T13:36:25Z, Alvaro Gil <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > I read through the squid manuals and it requires a ton of disk space and > ram and a moderately fast computer.
It does if you're using it as a transparent cache for a large ISP. For your purposes, your P166 will be plenty sufficient. If you do install Squid, you can also install AdZap, which works as a plugin to remove advertisements From pages that Squid sends to clients. Configure your browser to use your new cache, and welcome to the world of no (ok, less) banner ads! Kill two birds with one stone! -- Kirk Strauser In Googlis non est, ergo non est.
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