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Where to set proxy ignore list?

I am using Internet through proxy server of our organization. But I don't want to use the proxy server when opening my local websites published in my own web server in localhost. How can I set exceptions for proxy in Ubuntu 11.10?

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If you don't want to use proxy settings for localhost, add localhost to "Ignore host list" on Network Proxy Preferences Window (Click the ubuntu icon on left and serch for proxy). Or If you are using firefox, You can go to Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Network -> Settings(button) then enter localhost in "No Proxy for" text box. Hope this helps.

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But there is no Ignore host list in Ubuntu 11.10 at all. –  Bakhtiyor Feb 2 '12 at 7:16
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