how to install squid proxy on centos 7.1 64

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To install Squid proxy on CentOS 7, just run:

  1. sudo yum install squid

You can start it using:

  1. sudo systemctl start squid

To ensure that it starts automatically if the server is rebooted, run:

  1. sudo systemctl enable squid.service