If you are having ubuntu desktop/laptop in your office or at home behind proxy aerver this tutorial is for you.This tutorial will explain How to Configure Ubuntu desktop/laptop to use your proxy server from terminal.
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When you initially install Ubuntu server they allow you to auto-configure it to your router. Today we upgraded internet, and that would change internet settings (changing routers, providers, etc.) I would appreciate if someone could tell me how to run the automatic configure code for internet configuration.
I'm a beginner in this area, please bare with me if my request is messy.
I need to configure a proxy server 1) which will allow my clients to connect to my proxy server then 2) they will be able to see a login page. when i asked some IT gurus they told me "configure the forwarding url in proxy". how do i achieve this? what kind of proxy i should use ?
Please help, thanks in advance.
Since new version of U1 (4.0), it's been claimed that it can read OS proxy settings. But in my case it didn't.
I have my network settings set to "Auto Proxy Discovery". And browsers, mail and other apps are working fine.
I had to configure proxy settings for Dropbox manually (it has such configuration). But how can I configure U1 proxy manually? If it for some reason ignores Auto Proxy Settings.
I have Ubuntu 12.04 installed.How to configure proxy with authentication for the terminal.
i.e I have seperately configured for apt using apt.conf and that is working fine.But when I try to use a command like wget my terminal shows Proxy authentication error.
Please help me
Thanks in advance
I've installed Ubuntu 14.04, and with I've setup broadband connection, windows 7 allow all internet access, but Ubuntu 14.04 some application access via internet, I can't access Firefox browser and Terminal command line via internet, when running this application then showing me proxy setting... Any one help me, How do I configure proxy manually on Ubuntu 14.04?