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Google Chrome and Chromium obey the environment proxy variables (http_proxy, no_proxy, etc.) and the proxies set via gsettings. gsettings comes preinstalled on [XL]ubuntu, so this is one way which doesn't need sudo privileges. The keys org.gnome.system.proxy.http[s].{host,port,authentication-user,authentication-user} (and similar options for FTP and SOCKS ...


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Press Alt+F2 and typy gksu nautilu and hit Enter type your password then press Ctrl+L and type /usr/share/applications/ and press Enter Now find google-chrome and right-click on chrome icon and select "Properties". Next, Add the following option at the end of command text box, there. --proxy-server="Ip proxy Server:port" (ex: ...


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For Unity: In "system settings", go to "network" then "network proxy" : you can then set your proxy system wide. For setting user and password , set it like this : user:password@proxy:port For Lubuntu , Xubuntu etc...: look this thread How do I set systemwide proxy servers in Xubuntu, Lubuntu or Ubuntu Studio?


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You can download synaptic package manager .deb file, and install it. Once downloaded, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, navigate to where the file was downloaded, probably the Downloads folder, and run the command(s) below: sudo dpkg -i <package_name>.deb Click for 32bit, and 64bit depending on your ...


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Its possible, follow the instruction: 1- install latest version of wine 2- install winetricks "wget http://winetricks.org/winetricks" 3- then run the command "winetricks mfc42" with no root 4- copy the freegate-executable to "/home/youruser/.wine/drive_c/" 5- open the freegate-executable with wine


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To solve the problem in general (instead of only for Firefox), you should apt-get install dconf-tools, then run dconf-editor. When the GUI opens, go to system → proxy and add values to the ignore-hosts array. You can add URLs or IP addresses which will not route through the proxy.


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Something I do to get around issues like this: a SOCKS5 proxy over ssh. If you've got a linux box outside of the network, you can do something like: nohup ssh -D 8000 -C -N user@host > /dev/null 2>&1 & This will open a secure ssh tunnel to your host, giving you a SOCKS5 proxy on port 8000, and disassociate it with the terminal (so you can ...


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you version of ubuntu is end of life, you can change your version or you can replace the soures in /etc/apt/sources.list, 1)you can do this manually by changing the sources to old-releases.ubuntu.com 2)in terminal by sudo sed -i -e 's/ucmirror.canterbury.ac.nz\|security.ubuntu.com/old-releases.ubuntu.com/g' /etc/apt/sources.list


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From the error message, the version of Ubuntu you are using is Ubuntu 12.10 quantal. This version is out of its support time, you need to install a newer release. For this, see How to install software or upgrade from old unsupported release? The actual error is that the server does not longer have package files for quantal. For details on the support ...


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this is called system security and policy, be careful running third-party applications on university networks may result in you having your account suspended. They will consider TOR third party in this case, especially as you are knowingly trying to circumvent security and policy. It's not worth what your spending on your education, go to an internet cafe ...


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Add the lines below to your systems software sources: deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/noobslab/themes/ubuntu trusty main deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/noobslab/themes/ubuntu trusty main source: https://launchpad.net/~noobslab/+archive/ubuntu/themes


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Fix the bug in Debian Avahi-daemon The slow WiFi in Ubuntu problem could also be related to a bug in Avahi-daemon of Debian. Ubuntu and many other Linux distribution are based on Ubuntu so this bug propagates to several Linux distributions. To fix this bug, you have to edit the nsswitch configuration file. Open a terminal and use the following command: ...


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Sudo does not preserve your environment variable. See the following link for an answer on how to configure sudo to do it: http://superuser.com/questions/232231/how-do-i-make-sudo-preserve-my-environment-variables


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thank you for aswering :) DNS were all rights, I was doing some trial in local domain before putting them on production.. I solved the issue more easier (I don't have index.html or any other files, I have only folder name).. Finally, I think this would be helpful for someone, the configuration is: upstream tomcat_server { server ...



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