Some time back I configured proxy for fedora to install packages through yum. I forgot how exactly I did it.
Now for another network I don't need proxy. How can I reconfigure my proxy settings?
I'm trying to use a proxy with Chromium (25.0.1364.160 on Kubuntu 13.04) but whatever settings I use Chromium ignores. The proxy is configured and working correctly and confirmed to be working by using Firefox.
Here's what I've tried:
Quitting Chromium and setting the system wide proxy using System Settings->Network Settings->Proxy.
I have been trying to get my updates on a network that runs a proxy. I have been able to get it working in both Ubuntu and OpenSuse in under 10 minutes, but in Fedora (12) whatever I have tried has not worked.
I set socks5 proxy system> preferences> network middleman to connect through wifi to a router with Firewall may have to unlock something? ping is normal, but if you want to connect to the site by the browser it shows the error:
Unable to connect to the proxy server.
A proxy server is a server that acts as an intermediary between your computer and other servers.
I have just installed Fedora 12 and I'm using KDE 4.3.4 as Desktop manager : everything works fine except for the proxy settings. In System Settings, under Network settings I choose "Manually specify the proxy setting", fillin IP and port for the proxy.
I have recently assigned to restructure a corporate network that contains about 100 client computers.
There is an active directory domain (2003 functional level) for the whole network.
The user uses two browsers: IE and Firefox
I have to switch from normal proxy (configured on each machine) to transparent proxy so i have to remove proxy settings from IE and Firefox (I have already imp
Well,all I ever wanted was to download and install an application from the terminal.
And to my surprise I just can't I tried to reset proxy of the terminal by some commands but it doesn't happen and automatically switches back to this proxy 172.16.0.16 (which apparently was my college proxy). I checked in my system settings too..