Projects / GAdmin-Squid


GADMIN-SQUID is an easy-to-use GTK+ frontend for the Squid proxy server. It features the ability to change most options found in Squid and advanced ACL-building. Delay pools and log formats are currently discarded.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  04 Jun 2012 15:36

    Release Notes: Fixes a possible startup crash. Cleanups. Changes credits to about.

    •  07 Apr 2010 10:17

      Release Notes: Activation status colors were added. CIDR masks are used instead of deprecated ACL netmasks. Seven user-contributed patches were merged and a new specfile was added. Duplicate ACL names are not added to the second ACL permission names combo.

      •  10 Nov 2009 20:54

        Release Notes: This release makes automatic squid.conf backups for each new version. It uses "squid -k kill" to deactivate the server. All options are ok for Fedora 11, Debian, and Ubuntu. This release removes the ACL name 'all' as an ACL definition type. It adds unit descriptions to some options that now require them. It removes unhandled extra options. It removes more options that Debian/Ubuntu's Squid is not compiled with: incoming_icp_average, incoming_http_average, incoming_dns_average, min_icp_poll_cnt, min_dns_poll_cnt, and min_http_poll_cnt.

        •  20 Jul 2009 02:55

          Release Notes: This release fixes internal use of the ACL name 'all'. It fixes array comparison warnings. It removes seldom-used options.

          •  20 Feb 2008 18:29

            Release Notes: The name has changed from GadminSquid. This release uses the GPL version 3.


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