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Installing frontier-squid from source tarball

We recommend installing the frontier-squid package from the frontier-squid rpm, but if you want to use the source tarball, which is more portable, easily relocatable and can be run under any username, the instructions are below.
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  You can double check your responses to the prompts by reading Makefile.conf.inc and edit them there before running make if you wish.
On RHEL6-based Linux, a newer version of the compiler is required for squid-4. Before doing any building, do the following:
    $ sudo yum install devtoolset-2-toolchain scl-utils
    $ scl enable devtoolset-2 bash
That will put you into a shell where the new compiler is first in the PATH.
 Then do:
    $ make

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