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Is there an easy way to do that?
How are proxy settings set in the Ubuntu gnome environment.
These methods are not full proof and can break the configuration of the system. Making the network behave in an undesired way. Only do this if you understand how it affects different parts of the system.
You can set some of the proxy settings here. But for ignore hosts you will need to set that else where.
The env command is related to the above file but many programs and system utilities make changes to the environment. More info can be found here, read this before making changes. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EnvironmentVariables
simply change this by
We need to add back the list of previously set no_proxy hence we add it back at the end of the line. This is only applicable to the terminal session that the command is run in and will not apply system wide read the community help documentation to make permanent changes.
To make changes in the gnome environment you can use the gconftool. Read the following guide before attempting to make changes.
Here are instructions on changing proxy settings using the gconftool
The following file ~/.conf/system/http-proxy/%gconf.xml. Will be changed by the next command. I am unsure how to set a list type with gconftool. MY attempts ended up removing all the previous settings.
I am sure their is a better way to do this!!
Next copy its contents into the next command and add the host you want to add.
Assuming you're using the default Ubuntu Gnome desktop: You need to add your local host addresses to the ignore list in the gnome proxy settings:
Our IT department was able to provide an auto configuration URL that includes all of the appropriate ignore patterns and hosts for our domain. This is definitely the easiest way to go if it is available to you.