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I just had the same problem. In my situation the name of the file is "basic_ncsa_auth", and this simpe difference makes a mess hehe. I hope it can help you.
One potential work around is to use Chromium on a proxy-free network to download an extension called "Proxy Helper". This will set Proxy Settings for you on Chromium.
You try to connect www.google.bf on port 443 and the return code is 503, means Service Unavailable 503 The server is currently unavailable (because it is overloaded or down for maintenance). Generally, this is a temporary state.
There is no script installed in /etc/init.d/ or anywhere else. Here is a list of the installed files: /. /usr /usr/share /usr/share/doc /usr/share/doc/dante /usr/share/doc/dante/BUGS /usr/share/doc/dante/VERSION /usr/share/doc/dante/NEWS /usr/share/doc/dante/README /usr/share/doc/dante/LICENSE /usr/share/doc/dante/CREDITS /usr/share/doc/dante/README.ldap ...
I fixed this by changing proxy_pass from https://... to http://....
Port 443 is blocked thats why you can't download files on https connections run this command to allow 443 on TCP sudo ufw allow 443/tcp
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