>>> It's been installed for ages, but http://host/ never worked.
>> in /etc/resolv.conf on the squid machine:
>> search my.dom.foo dom.foo
> # cat /etc/resolv.conf
> search bluetree.ie
> Would people _please_ stop suggesting the obvious :-)
Are you using an http proxy? Does the proxy know how to resolve
unqualified hostnames? Try "telnet host 80" and see whether you can
do a "GET /".
ISTR that squid in particular doesn't particularly like unqualified
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