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    Glype is lightest in both way, cpu usage and bw usage
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    make your blog do follow!

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    I'm curious about making a proxy with the most compatibility ever. CGI proxy has 100% javascript support I hear, but it's resource intensive? I know facebook just broke for me on glype for some reason, and it's a battle to keep it working. I'd like to know how to get cgi proxy setup properly to support facebook 100%.

    I got it installed but it just doesn't seem to process it...there's probably a solid cgi config out there that I just haven't seen. I'm rather new to cgiproxy...
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    CGI won't work in shared hosting, you prolly gonna need dedicated or vps server for it
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    nux:

    grandy once wrote:
    For cgi proxies you also can use mod_perl with the combination PERL Module (PHP-CGIb 2). Trust me, it really gives good result.
    thewird wrote:
    The CPU usage for CGIProxy with mod_perl is actually fairly low (that is the point of mod_perl) however this comes at cost of ram usage. Also, a problem with using CGI+mod_perl is that the more domains you have on a server using CGI, the more ram each client will use. So basically if you want to run CGIproxy, ram is the bottleneck on most systems of balanced specs. Might also want to note that CGIproxy with mod_perl executes A LOT faster then phproxy so sites load quicker (assuming the server isn't overloaded). Without mod_perl CGIproxy is slow and a CPU hog.
    If I ever do decide to build a massive proxy empire, I will probably start with CGIProxy as a codebase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrilledChicked View Post
    Glype is lightest in both way, cpu usage and bw usage
    From my experience this is true, though I never really tested it. Might do it though.

    Quote Originally Posted by nux View Post
    I'm curious about making a proxy with the most compatibility ever. CGI proxy has 100% javascript support I hear, but it's resource intensive? I know facebook just broke for me on glype for some reason, and it's a battle to keep it working. I'd like to know how to get cgi proxy setup properly to support facebook 100%.

    I got it installed but it just doesn't seem to process it...there's probably a solid cgi config out there that I just haven't seen. I'm rather new to cgiproxy...
    I never used CGI-Proxy so I can't help you sry.

    Quote Originally Posted by GrilledChicked View Post
    CGI won't work in shared hosting, you prolly gonna need dedicated or vps server for it
    Yep

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    nux:

    grandy once wrote:
    For cgi proxies you also can use mod_perl with the combination PERL Module (PHP-CGIb 2). Trust me, it really gives good result.
    thewird wrote:
    The CPU usage for CGIProxy with mod_perl is actually fairly low (that is the point of mod_perl) however this comes at cost of ram usage. Also, a problem with using CGI+mod_perl is that the more domains you have on a server using CGI, the more ram each client will use. So basically if you want to run CGIproxy, ram is the bottleneck on most systems of balanced specs. Might also want to note that CGIproxy with mod_perl executes A LOT faster then phproxy so sites load quicker (assuming the server isn't overloaded). Without mod_perl CGIproxy is slow and a CPU hog.
    If I ever do decide to build a massive proxy empire, I will probably start with CGIProxy as a codebase.
    Nice quote


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    And how do I make my WP blog dofollow?
    Use Do Follow Plugin For WordPress.
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    I've always heard cgi-proxy is 100% compatible with javascript. but if you try to login to facebook it's somewhat owrks, but is mostly a mess

    i got an instance of it running at https://kroxy.org/private/nph-private.cgi
    user: kroxy pass: proxy

    Anyone have a successful running cgiproxy instance they'd be willing to share the config for?
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    Originally Posted by Aquarezz
    And how do I make my WP blog dofollow?
    Why do you want to make your blog dofollow?

    Sorry i do not get the point??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Thanks Will

    Quote Originally Posted by GrilledChicked View Post
    Originally Posted by Aquarezz


    Why do you want to make your blog dofollow?

    Sorry i do not get the point??
    I don't know, because someone asked so Why not?
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