[clug-talk] Internet Filtering
mike.bougie at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 11:53:03 PDT 2005
would this require an additional cmachine, or is this something that
will run as long as the computer is running?
i have a d-link 604 with a build-in firewall so i just need something
that wil pick up on the urid content and get stop access.
BSG is really making my fridays fun. i dl them also, and have been
keeping up with S2. They just finished an amazing 9-episode plot arc
that had me crying, quite literally. so emotional and all that. it's
really nice to finally get a show where i care about the characters.
and how it came right aftr the cancellation of ST:E, well, that made
it just divine.
for a while there was BSG, ST:E ansd Dr.Who allairing at the same
time, and i was very happy. At least Dr. Who will be coming back, but
I miss good sci-fi on TV.
On 9/8/05, Gustin Johnson <gustin at echostar.ca> wrote:
> I downloaded the whole season and watched it over Christmas (most of the
> episodes aired in the UK last fall). It was nice to be pleasantly
> surprised by
> television for change. I was a fan of the original, but the new series
> is even
> better IMHO.
> To back on topic, dansgaurdian (which also works alongside Squid, I have both
> installed at a couple client sites) is best when run on a
> firewal/router. This
> means that every computer connected to your network will have this content
> filtered, even if someone brings in a laptop or boots your computer with
> knoppix. If the goal is protect children, assume that they will gain complete
> control over the local machine (with knoppix the task is trivial as you can
> edit /etc/shadow). Therefore any filtering or protecting done on the
> localmachine can be circumvented.
> Having said that, dansguardian is packaged as a part of ubuntu, simply apt-get
> install dansguardian (or use one of the many gui tools) to install it.
> The documentation can be found here:
> and is pretty straightforward.
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> Quoting Mike Bougie <mike.bougie at gmail.com>:
> > there's no such thing..
> > have you been watching it this season? is it not the best show (sci-fi
> > notwithstanding) on television???????
> > ~Mike
> > On 9/8/05, Mark Lane <mark at harddata.com> wrote:
> >> Mike Bougie wrote:
> >> > Don't get me wrong, I have a router runnign with a hardware firewall,
> >> > I just need something that will block out explicit content.
> >> >
> >> > Dear Gods of Kobol I wouldn't be running without a firewall..
> >> Downloading a little to much BSG are we?
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