Re: I cannot get JunkBuster to work
** Reply to note from email@example.com Sat, 15 Jul 2000 10:54:02 -0700
> Generally speaking, you filter through Junkbuster first, then point it
> to your caching proxy. I chain Junkbuster to squid.
> To do this, point your *browser* to the Junkbuster proxy (port 5865 by
> default), and forward Junkbuster to woffle with the appropriate
> forward entry:
> ## Use the Woffle proxy
> * localhost:8080 . . # implicit
That is _exactly_ what I needed. Thank you very much. I now have them working
together nicely both on and off line.
> You also need to specify some sites to block. What's really nice with
> Junkbuster is that you can use regular expressions to cover a lot of
I am now using the sample list supplied with the Junkbuster documentation. Seems
to work well.