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Running Two Squid Instances in Upstart Init

After installing squid3 from repository, Ubuntu will place the init in upstart style (instead of /etc/rc*.d/ or /etc/init.d/ style used to maintain backward compatibility to legacy System-V init). The upstart job is placed in /etc/init/squid3.conf with default runlevel (2,3,4 or 5) to start the instance during reboot and relevant start/stop command using service: $ sudo [...]

Startup script for TAP interfaces

To add startup script we can use: System > Preferences > Sessions local boot script (as services start/stop in /etc/init.d/) I added the following shell script: setup-tap: #! /bin/bash tap_up() { tunctl -t tap0 -u $USER tunctl -t tap1 -u $USER ifconfig tap0 ifconfig tap1 #iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth1 -j [...]