Appendix E. Squid on Windows

Appendix E. Squid on Windows

Squid has been designed to run on Unix, but you can also get it to run on Microsoft Windows. Perhaps the easiest way is to use Red Hat's Cygwin emulation layer. It gives a Windows box everything it needs to run a variety of Unix applications. Another option is to use SquidNT. This is a version of the source code that has been modified to compile under a native Windows C compiler.



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