Guillermo Garron: >>> on the /var/log/messages >>> it says that squid can not open the ICP port (UDP 3130) >>> on the >>> /var/log/cache.log >>> it says >>> commBind: cannot bind socket FD 13 to *:3130 (13) Permission denied Paul Howarth: >> This looks like an SELInux problem, like this one: >> http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-selinux-list/2006-July/msg00037.html On Sun, 2006-07-16 at 08:28 -0400, Guillermo Garron wrote: > that was easy!!! > thanks, i had never think about SELinux, as i configured it for > letting squid work :) in the squid option of the > systemc-config-security level -SELinux tab- so i thought that was all. > > ok, no i finally turn off SELinux :), I'd recommend configuring it properly, rather than disabling it. Squid usually works on port 3128, and the SELinux presets for allowing Squid to work would be configured for it, not 3130. That's probably why you're having problems. There's two fairly simple solutions: I think the easiest would be to run Squid on port 3128. Alternatively, you could customise the SELinux rule for port 3130. I can't offer advice on how to do the second one, I haven't studied the details. -- (Currently running FC4, occasionally trying FC5.) Don't send private replies to my address, the mailbox is ignored. I read messages from the public lists.