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Is there a Proxomitron clone for Linux? (.org?) have a free ad blocker.

I use "squid_redirect", which plugs into the excellent squid web proxy. If
you have a Linux box you use as a server, this is a good solution (since
you're already running a proxy anyways... riiight? :-)

If we're talking a dual-boot or low-ram system, Squid might be overkill.

Unemployed Linux QA guy

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Horne" <bill at>
To: "BLU Discussion List" <discuss at>
Sent: Saturday, March 08, 2003 1:04 AM
Subject: Is there a Proxomitron clone for Linux?

> I've had good results using The Proxomitron ad-blocker on my windoze box,
> and would like to get an equivalent filter for Linux.
> Please pass along your opinions about how I can best eliminate pop-ups,
> animated GIF's, etc. All suggestions welcome.
> TIA.
> Bill Horne
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