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comment Finding the origin of a package not from an official repository?
This could be it, thanks! I've managed to find the source and *.deb file on this server so it looks like a package was built from source and installed around this time. Still, I would like to know if there's a way to find this out (e.g. audit record, install history) aside from searching the OS for *.deb files and assuming that's where it came from.
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revised Configure Squid to cache images explicitly called from img src=“”
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comment Configure Squid to cache images explicitly called from img src=“”
Updated answer with working JPEG allow, rest deny
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comment Configure Squid to cache images explicitly called from img src=“”
ok, this is the only thing that's working for me (cache headers are not). How do I refine this to only cache .jpeg, .png and pass all others through?
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comment Configure Squid to cache images explicitly called from img src=“”
Thanks NIck, I'm trying acl JPEG url_regex -i .*\.jpeg$ but it's sti;ll going to apache with the config above
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comment Configure Squid to cache images explicitly called from img src=“”
Hi, I change the acl to acl JPEG urlpath_regex \.jpeg$ but the requests are still getting through to apache. My complete config is above. To clarify, I'm looking for squid to pass through the image request to apache (PHP) the first time, cache it, then serve it itself from then onwards
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comment Configure Squid to cache images explicitly called from img src=“”
Hi, I've installed squid and configured as updated in my question and it seems to work, but as soon as I add the config lines shown I get no-response errors?
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