[RC5-PROXYPER] Q: Forcing a flush
lunaslyd at pacbell.net
Tue Apr 21 19:53:05 EDT 1998
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At 10:13 PM 4/21/98 +0200, you wrote:
>At 21:27 21.04.98 +0100, you wrote:
>>> At 21:43 20.04.98 +0100, you wrote:
>>> >I'm running the Win32 version of the personal proxy.
>>> >At this time I have to flush my proxy manually because I don't have a
>>> >firewall or direct internet connection.
>>> >Is there a way I just hve to open my phone line and issue an
>>> >command-line parameter, so I don't have to change the INI file
>>> >anymore ?
>>> Pressing CTRL-Break sends a signal to the perproxy (a HUP? signal
>>> to the readme), wich does an fetch/flush. This will work fine for you, and
>>> the proxy stays online to you clients while flushing to the bovine
>>How can I send a CTRL-BREAK to a WinNT service ???
>Is the perproxy available as a NT Service???? I didn't know that!! Must
>have missed it on the www-site! I use the proxy for Win95, wich is a
You don't technically Ctrl-Break. Open the control panel, open services,
locate the RC5 proxy service and click "Stop" on the right hand side. If
you aren't running it as a service, you can by typing "rc5despr -install".
This will run the proxy whether you are logged in or not.
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