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    Re: Proxy with content filtering

    Did you do an MD5 check on the Disc?

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    Re: Proxy with content filtering

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    Did you do an MD5 check on the Disc?
    It worked this morning so I tried another and the same - cannot create a partition. Powermax passes the hdd on everything. I hate computers.

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    Re: Proxy with content filtering

    I suspect the hardware. Is it something wierd that isn't quite Linux compatible or has interesting hardware bugs? Or is there something physically broken, I'd start with the memory..

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    Re: Proxy with content filtering

    memtest/powermax all ok - I doubt it's incompatible an Intel 865PERL and 8139 NICs - you can't get much more standard! Damned thing installed this morning... too many things to do to worry about this (like banning people on goowy)

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    Re: Proxy with content filtering

    Try running it with APIC/Local APIC disabled. Add the following to your kernel boot parameters.

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    noapic nolapic
    You might be a the victim of a buggy BIOS (also check if there's a newer BIOS available).

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    Re: Proxy with content filtering

    If you want to play with our pre-packaged solution, which makes this all a piece of proverbial cake, then just drop me a PM, I can sort you out an evaluation. If it works, well, that will prove that either paying for a commercially supported version OR hacking your own up would be worthwhile - if it doesn't, well, you've lost less time

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    Re: Proxy with content filtering

    Quote Originally Posted by tom_newton
    If you want to play with our pre-packaged solution, which makes this all a piece of proverbial cake, then just drop me a PM, I can sort you out an evaluation. If it works, well, that will prove that either paying for a commercially supported version OR hacking your own up would be worthwhile - if it doesn't, well, you've lost less time

    Tom
    I agree - we've installed this in a number of schools - it does what it says on the tin first time - every time.

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