dzubey at openincident.com
Tue Feb 22 01:39:05 EST 2011
Well, I had been wondering where was the *appropriate* place to post it.
heh. I've uploaded it to http://openincident.com/download/xs-wwwoffle.sh
The first is the actual script, the second is a tarball of the config
files for under /etc/xs-wwwoffle. Under root dir, just tar xzvf
The script does significant checking to make sure the new config
directory is there, and moves the default xs-wwwoffle out of the way.
I spent some time adding checks to see if squid is actually used, and
doesn't start it up if it's not there. So if you don't want to have the
script use squid, just simply chmod 644 /usr/sbin/squid
The script and configuration does not touch the cache, and I've disabled
auto purging. Even so, do make a backup copy of the pre-primed cache
directory before use.
To use the script, just run it with xs-wwwoffle.sh start. It does it's
checks, and forks the check loop into the background. You can stop the
check loop, disable wwwoffle and re-enable squid (if applicable) with
I'm sure it's far from perfect, but let me know what issues there are,
and I'll try my best to fix.
On 02/19/2011 11:10 AM, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 8:39 PM, Dan Zubey<dzubey at openincident.com> wrote:
>> Okay, I have an initial cut of the script, and it works well on my laptop.
>> Can I pass this along to someone to test? How should I publish it?
> If you don't have means to publish it, you can use pastebin (or a
> clone), or attach it to the email :-)
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