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As far as I can see Your Proxy server require Autentification: 407 Proxy Authentication Required ( The ISA Server requires authorization to fulfill the request. Access to the Web Proxy filter is denied. ) E: Failed to fetch http://in.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/h/htop/htop_1.0.3-1_amd64.deb 407 Proxy Authentication Required ( The ISA Server ...


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I guess you are looking for system wide proxy. Edit the following file: sudo nano /etc/environment Set/Add: http_proxy="http://yourproxyserver:8080" (if you have password "http://user_name:password@yourproxyserver.com:8080/") Same for https_proxy, ftp_proxy etc. If you want exceptions (e.g. you want to use your localhost server): ...


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The warning is unfortunate. Looks like anything you set for the first time will yield that loud WARNING. Checkout this example: andreas@nsn7:~$ juju unset-env http-proxy andreas@nsn7:~$ andreas@nsn7:~$ juju unset-env http-proxy WARNING key "http-proxy" is not defined in the current environment configuration: possible misspelling andreas@nsn7:~$ ...


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Everything is possible, but some of it is complex. Start with a base of Ubuntu server 14.04 LTS and install packages as you go. Google and you will see that there is a huge amount of help for Debian and Ubuntu so you have a good chance of success. I am doing this but I will use KVM and virtual machines for some functions, eg a minecraft server. NAS - If ...


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You need to disable the proxy when you're using your home network. Your office proxy seems to be a local one (as it should be), as it's in a private IPv4 address space (172.16.x.x). As such, you can only connect to it when you're in the same network, i.e. you're connected to your office network.


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You say you want the connection to automatically restart if it is disconnected. There is a package to do that: autossh. See, e.g. here for how to use it. That link also has a start-up script for making it restart on boot, though that's relatively trivial; it's the restarting on connection failure which is hard.


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There are a lot of reasons that can make a connection fail, even using keepalives and things like that; so you should think about a mechanism to restart it automatically. What I would do is: set up your SSH endpoint so that you can log in with a key in password-less mode: How can I set up password-less SSH login? Prepare a script that do the connection ...


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Now I know why I didn't understand... Routing is done on a network level and not on a port level. You need to sub-segment your network in 3 separate networks and bind each network to each network card and then have your router route the packets to the correct Ethernet port. As each network card has its own network address, any packets coming in with a ...


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If you want to use Debian or a Debian based Linux distribution, then you should have a look into the free Debian Administraor's Handbook: http://debian-handbook.info/ You can also have a look at Debian Administratrion Site: https://www.debian-administration.org/ About services, there are some examples in both sites. But you should have a firewall in your ...


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This is happening because when you type in terminal export http_proxy='http://host:port' export https_proxy='http://host:port' You are setting these environment variables only for this terminal session. After you close and open terminal again you start a new terminal session. This is expected behaviour. If you want to do it globally you can put this ...


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Lets say that the password is 123@456. In that case, the correct wat to escape the @ symbol is this: http_proxy="http://userName:123%40456@proxy:port/" https_prxoxy=same_as_above I've only replaced the @ with its ASCII hexadecimal representation (%40)


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You can install wine, and after then download freegate and run it by wine to bypass filtering if any. I recommend you don't install Tor because it doesn't work correctly.


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here are your possible solutions: if you can't access the server (website) firstly try to ping it to get response: ping twitter.com -c4 you must get e.g.: ping twitter.com -c4 PING twitter.com (199.16.156.6) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from 199.16.156.6: icmp_seq=1 ttl=246 time=134 ms 64 bytes from 199.16.156.6: icmp_seq=2 ttl=246 time=132 ms 64 ...


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You can redefine proxies as below in terminal , define these environment variables into the global /etc/environment file , so they will be always available export http_proxy=abc.com:8080 export https_proxy=abc.com:8080


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The best solution I found is to follow this steps : Stop Teamviewer by sudo teamviewer --daemon stop Add the following line : [int32] Proxy_Type = 2 in Teamviewer config file at /etc/teamviewer/global.conf Restart Teamviewer by sudo teamviewer --daemon start It will force Teamviewer proxy settings to be on manual option by default, then the input will ...



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