Hm. I got the same problem on CentOS 5.4 i386I use the "no_proxy" environment variable to bypass the proxy but it seems that there are still some interconnections between yum ... [by kuksi]
on 04/14/2010 – Made popular on 04/14/2010
In my office LAN , we need to assign a proxy ip address manually in order to get internet connection, but this also puts a lot of restriction. Is there any way to bypass this without using any other proxy ?
Hi I wrote this script to use apt-get behind a proxy , My password must change everymonth due to company policy's ,
This makes it easier to update, ( you can mayby use this script with cron to force a user to update the password on a specific date
echo "New Username:"
echo "New Password:"
read -s pass
echo "Proxy name or address:"
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.
Hello #!-guys (and girls),I am working in a environment where there is a proxy server.Now i have installed proxydriver that sets the proxy settings in my ENV when i connect to my work SSID.Now the question: Iceweasel is my browser, so as many for you, and i want that iceweasel get my "System Wide Proxy" settings, but this is not working. Can anyone help me, pleaseeee?Greetings Tibor
Need help to configure OpenSuse 11.2 to get update through a Astaro firewall/proxy server. When updating or installing new programs in 11.2 the proxy settings have to be set to "unticked" in Yast2 and firewall/proxy server has to be "open".
When using OpenSuse 11.1 all updating worked with no problems.
So, please help me with tips and tricks.
Since i've came on linux, i know that XFCE is my favorite desktop environment. I really love this simplicity, this speed etc.
But their is one thing poisoning my life, the absence if proxy manager...
I know there is a command to set a proxy (export http_proxy=<proxy>:<port>).
I'm sitting behind a proxy on my CentOS 6.4 box and I can't perform a 'yum update' because yum keeps killing the slow downloads and trying another mirror. The problem is that the way our proxy works with big files is it will download them fully to the proxy first, perform a virus scan, then forward them to the client (my CentOS box).