[CentOS] squidGuard-simple.cgi display fields

James Bensley jwbensley at gmail.com
Wed Dec 10 07:53:18 UTC 2008


I assume that based on your last message to the list of "is there
another way to handle redirects other than installing an Apache
server" and now this, there is no other way?

I only ask because I am now setting up squid in my spare time and this
is the next task to handle?

Regards,
James.

2008/12/10 Joseph L. Casale <JCasale at activenetwerx.com>:
> I have this cgi file running on CentOS 5 with Apache 2.2.3 and although it
> executes most fields are empty, a typical block by squidGuard yields this:
>
> Supplementary info      :
> Client address  =       192.168.0.5+clientname
> Client name     =
> User ident      =
> Client group    =
> URL     =
> Target class    =
>
> The redirect lines is:
> http://localhost/cgi-bin/squidGuard-simple.cgi?clientaddr=%a+clientname=%n+clientuser=%i+clientgroup=%s+targetgroup=%t+url=%u3
>
> I assume the "+" throws this off somehow, something to do with cgi and apache?
>
> Any ideas?
> Thanks!
> jlc
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