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I have been looking over the Internet for the Gnome Nanny blacklist repo, and I am not able to find it.

In the Help for the application there's a repo called Nanny Central DansGuardian Clone but the application looks for a Nanny Central repo that I don't know where to find.

I am really needing this information to setup the application.

Thank you.

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I opened a bug report here: Bug in Launchpad also there's a bounty for this, let's see who gets this resolved :) –  Heiner Valverde May 25 '11 at 13:04
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http://projects.gnome.org/nanny/

There is a download link on there, that leads to this: http://projects.gnome.org/nanny/data/nbl/nanny.nbl which I believe is what you are looking for.

EDIT: try this: http://static.nannycentral.org/v/nannycentral/blacklists/blacklist.json

EDIT 2: Installed it myself. Everything seems as dead as hell. You should try something like safesquid, because Gnome Nanny is hopeless.

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Nah, it's not that one (I already tried that one), take a look at this screenshot: img195.imageshack.us/i/nannyr.png –  Heiner Valverde May 25 '11 at 0:12
    
@Heiner Valverde Updated. Thank you for providing more info. –  nickguletskii May 25 '11 at 19:36
    
Yeah I think I may give a try to safesquid, Gnome Nanny is totally buggy and the developers doesn't appear with information about this bug :( –  Heiner Valverde May 27 '11 at 0:58
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Browsing the nanny source code shows an url in Importer.py

http://urlblacklist.com/cgi-bin/commercialdownload.pl?type=download&file=smalltestlist

I do not know if that is what you are looking for.

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Thank you Manfred but this is not what Gnome Nanny looks for :( –  Heiner Valverde May 27 '11 at 0:59
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