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In BSD netstat -p is protocol, whereas it is program in the netstat from net-tools, the BSD version appears to have no equivalent. man is almost always your friend in these cases. BSD has sockstat which gets you what you want but this is does not appear to be there on the OS X I have access to. As already mentioned lsof is probably your most cross ...
Listing the open files with -i should show you the ports in use lsof -i If there's too much output lsof -i | grep squid Works with Linux & OS X
Peace be upon you: cat /etc/yum.repos.d/SQUID.repo [squid] name=Squid repo for CentOS 6 baseurl=http://www1.ngtech.co.il/rpm/centos/6/x86_64 #go to "http://www1.ngtech.co.il/rpm/centos/6/" and view which architecture is right for you failovermethod=priority enabled=1 gpgcheck=0 yum clean all yum repolist yum update
You can manually edit the configure.ac file, look up the atomic section, and replace the line AC_RUN_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[ with AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[ You then need to run bootstrap.sh to recreate the configure script. This should let you configure, but compilation/linking might fail because your toolchain may not, in fact, support ...
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