“I am learning all the time. The tombstone will be my diploma.” ~Eartha Kitt
Hello Friends, I am back again with an update on my most recent Raspberry Pi (Rasp~ Pi) minimal image; This time around I have added a Squid Proxy Server to the mix. Like that of my previous post I am still running on top of the awesome base setup that just works wonders for me.
I did add some additional tools such a htop, sshfs, cifs utils, nmap, and many more. You’ll just have to give it a go to see for yourself., but let us not get off track. This image is all about the out of the box squid proxy experience. I have done the install (simple for some, not to others) and updated the squid.conf to allow for the typical LAN network access. Don’t worry, I preserved the base configuration file for your review.
Some things I would like you to know:
1. This image boots up, grabs an IP Address from your DHCP network
2. Squid will also start-up on its own (using Google DNS to look up internet addresses)
3. Runs fantasticly on a small home / office network
Link to download this custom updated image: raspbian_wheezy_armhf_squid_jermsmit_20120819.7z
Sorry about the size, there are some things I didn’t clean up’; such as logs etc…
The root password is: jermsmit
Squid is a proxy server and web cache daemon. It has a wide variety of uses, from speeding up a web server by caching repeated requests; to caching web, DNS and other computer network lookups for a group of people sharing network resources; to aiding security by filtering traffic. Although primarily used for HTTP and FTP, Squid includes limited support for several other protocols including TLS, SSL, Internet Gopher and HTTPS – source