User friendly proxy configuration
bshirley at memphis.apirx.biz
Tue Nov 18 07:31:06 UTC 2014
You can put this in your ~/.bashrc:
I'm not sure how many utilities use it but I think wget does.
On 11/16/2014 8:18 AM, Alexis Jeandet wrote:
> Le 15/11/2014 07:17, Tim a écrit :
>> On Fri, 2014-11-14 at 13:55 +0100, Alexis Jeandet wrote:
>>> my question was more about apps like YUM/DNF which doesn't care about
>>> gnome config and doesn't like pac files. My thoughts are that I should
>>> write maybe a simple scripts triggered by network manager which
>>> configures everything depending on the current host IP or something
>>> like this.
>> Have you looked through man yum.conf to see the proxy options? Perhaps
>> you could write a network manager script to modify the yum.conf file
>> each time you go online, and something checks for the pac file.
> This is the first thing I did, since YUM and DNF doesn't accept .pac
> file, the current solution is that each time you change you change your
> network you have to edit /etc/yum.conf or /etc/dnf/dnf.conf .
> Anyway I think I got my answer, I will write the script.
>> The alternative option, if you don't want users to go around customising
>> things, is to use a transparent proxy, which everything goes through,
>> without option.
> I do agree, but sadly my lab doesn't manage the proxy, we have to deal
> with it and as it is.
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