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[gftp] Re: gftp and squid
There are definately more HTTP improvements in 2.0.15, I would suggest
upgrading. The packages that I built on my website are built off of unstable.
If you want to build a Debian package for Woody, make sure that you have the
dpkg-dev package installed, download the source tarball to gftp and change to
the gftp source directory and type dpkg-buildpackage. If you are missing some
development packages needed to compile gftp, you will be told which packages
you need to install. Once everything is completed, you will have a DEB
created for you in your parent directory.
On Tue, Oct 28, 2003 at 11:01:50AM +0100, Mathias Behrle wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am not able to get gftp to work over squid.
> According to the FAQ I set the proxy type in the FTP settings to "http",
> which changes despite of saving always to "Custom".
> I am using gftp 2.0.14 on debian woody, which was the latest available
> backport on the net I could find. After consulting the changelog of gftp
> 2.015 I realized, that some bugfixes concerning http-proxying were made.
> I tried backporting 2.0.15 myself, but version conflicts of
> gtk-libraries would make necessary heavy updating of all gtk-stuff.
> So the first question is:
> Is there any 2.0.15 backport for debian woody out there?
> Thanks for any hints,