[tproxy] tproxy+zorp on RedHat 8.0

nitin panjwani npanj@yahoo.com
Thu, 24 Apr 2003 20:45:07 -0700 (PDT)

HI Balazas,
While going throgh Zorp's mailing archieve, I noticed
someone had asked that which linux distribution should
be used and reply was that most of you were using it
on Debian. I am in the process of installing it on
Redhat 8.0. Have you heard from anyone if there is
some problem with RH8.0  for zorp+tproxy.Are there
some guys who are using it on Redhat?


--- Balazs Scheidler <bazsi@balabit.hu> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 24, 2003 at 01:29:56AM -0700, nitin
> panjwani wrote:
> > Balazas,
> > I got it compiled. seems like I was using broken
> > iptable. One more thing Readme says I will have to
> > install iptable_tproxy.o module. But when I do 
> > "insmod iptable_tproxy " I get the output that no
> > module by that name doesn't exist. 
> > 
> > While compiling kernel I said yes to all tproxy
> > options, which means they have been compiled with
> my
> > kernel image not as loadable module. Does it mean
> I
> > don't have to load iptable_tproxy module or this
> is
> > created after doing make KERNELDIR=/usr/src/linux
> > I am new to all this please.
> yes, your kernel contains the iptable_tproxy module
> built in, so you don't
> need to load it explicitly. However Zorp detects
> whether you have tproxy
> support by attempting to load a module. This will
> change in the future, but
> currently it won't recognize your system as one with
> tproxy support. (squid
> might do it differently)
> -- 
> Bazsi
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