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Re: Using squidguard blacklists in skolelinux(.de)


On Sun, Jan 16, 2005 at 11:51:32PM +0100, Dirk Gómez wrote:
> A better approach imho is to create a blacklist which is available from the
> skolelinux.de site. It should just be a copy from the teledanmark blacklist
> with possible postprocessing (e.g. removal of sites that are known to be ok or
> adding of sites which are known to not be ok).
According to German law these lists are databases, which are protected
by authorship law, so you have to ask the authors first (or find a
license on their website which allows you to use the list).

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while ping -c1 $IP > /dev/null; do sleep 1; done; echo Connection lost
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