Patch: Additional logging in NTP+- To install do:
+- make install
+- Do ./configure --help for configure options.
+- In particular:
+- --enable-http-cache or --enable-local-cache may allow you to cache
+- ftp requests. See the FAQ for details.
+- --enable-transparent-data --enable-libiptc compiles in support for
+- transparently proxying the data connection too. See
+- README.transdata for details.
+- if you are going to run chrooted you may want to use --enable-static
+- to simplify things. You may be able to get away without.
+- Edit the config file (frox.conf). Many of these settings are
+- security orientated, and I suggest you use them. They are documented
+- in the comments.
+- Your kernel will need to be compiled with transparent proxying, and
+- you need to enable ip forwarding with
+- echo 1 >> /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
+- The proxy can then listen on any port (eg. 2121). You will need to
+- redirect ftp traffic to it, which means you need to either run it on
+- your firewall and issue the command:
+- ipchains -A input -p tcp -s LOCALNET -d 0/0 21 -j REDIRECT 2121
+- or for kernel 2.4
+- iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp -s LOCALNET --dport 21 -j REDIRECT --to 2121
+- or run it on another machine and have your firewall forward packets to
+- it transparently.
+- Finally run it with frox, or frox -f conffile
+- To debug any problems you can recompile with debugging on, and change
+- MaxForks to 0 in the config file. It will not detatch, and give you a
+- transcript of what it's doing (in nice colours!) on stderr.