Can squid be configured to pre-cache websites that it notices I visit everyday? I have a stand-alone machine, and surf around alot - some of the websites are obscure and slow. I was curious if "squid" would run int the backround and make "local" copies whenver the hosts changed.
Can it pre-fetch two-levels deep into a website? For example, if I normally read alll the headlined stories, they would be in the 2nd level.
I have a stand-alone machine, and surf around alot - some of the websites are obscure and slow...
I'm not familiar with squid, but I used "Lynx" in the past when I wanted to just read from the web, and could care less about pictures, banners, et cetera. Lynx is a text only web browser. I know it doesn't help you with your original question, but you may find that you like this browser as an alternative. It's much much faster than any other.