Patch: Additional logging in NTP+- This is frox, a transparent ftp proxy by James Hollingshead.
+- This software works for me and might do for you, but I make no
+- guarantees. I wrote it for myself because I could not find what I
+- wanted - a simple transparent ftp proxy - and I'm releasing it in case
+- anyone else finds it useful. It is released under the GPL see the file
+- COPYING for details.
+- Current features include:
+- o rfc959 compliant (I think) transparent proxying of ftp
+- o active <--> passive mode conversion for data connections.
+- o Optional caching support either locally or through an external
+- HTTP cache.
+- o Optional virus scanning
+- o Optional non-transparent proxy support by logging in with
+- o Options to bind to a specific interface, chroot, and drop
+- priveleges for security.
+- Latest versions should be downloadable from the homepage at:
+- http://frox.sourceforge.net/ or http://www.hollo.org/frox/
+- Please send any questions to frox-user at lists.sourceforge.net. If you
+- need to contact me directly then my email address is frox at hollo.org
+- Quick install instructions
+- If these don't work for you then please read the FAQ and the comments
+- in the sample config file.
+- Compile it:
+- ./configure --enable-http-cache --enable-local-cache --enable-virus-scan
+- and as root:
+- make install
+- You may leave out the configure options you don't want to make a
+- smaller binary. --enable-configfile=/etc/frox.conf is another useful
+- option if you don't want to use the default of /usr/local/etc/frox.conf
+- Configure your system for frox:
+- Pick a user for frox to run as - preferably create a new one. Make a
+- directory for frox to run in, owned by root permissions 0755. You may need
+- to copy resolver libraries here, or set ResolvLoadHack in the config file.
+- See FAQ section 3 for details.
+- If you wish to do transparent proxying then your kernel must support
+- this, and you need firewall rules to redirect IP traffic to frox.
+- For Linux there is some info on this in the FAQ. Otherwise the squid
+- FAQ has this info in section 17.
+- Configure frox (ie. edit /usr/local/etc/frox.conf):
+- Change "Listen" to the IP you want to listen on.
+- Change "WorkingDir" to the directory you made above.
+- Set "User" and "Group" to the User/Group you want frox to run as.
+- Set "DoNTP" to "Yes" if you want this.
+- Set "ResolvLoadHack" to a hostname that does not exist! (See FAQ sect 3)
+- Set other options as documented in the config file.
+- Run it and see.....