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I've tested the upper combination and the port is correct. Definitely, 587 is a correct port, I selected this value for my settings and work. Probably the problem here is due to the existence of an outgoing rule into the firewall, or a new limitation of the security policy of gmail. You have to go to https://myaccount.google.com and check "Access for less ...


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Open your web browser. Edit your network preferences. Set a manual proxy to: 127.0.0.1 port 9050 Visit https://check.torproject.org More detailed instructions can be found here: https://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-doc-unix.html.en. specifically Step 2. All the best!


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Does Kali have "torify" available? This acts as a wrapper to any application and pushes all connections through your Tor installation - torify iceweasel should make iceweasel pass your IP address test.


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The proxy settings are stored in the http_proxy environment variable. Check your startup configuration files like ~/.bashrc, /etc/bash.bashrc, /etc/profile, /etc/environment, etc. and look for a line like this, remove it, then log out and log back in again: export http_proxy="http://host:port" For a temporary solution, you can use this command from a ...


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I've same problem , I've installed Ubuntu 14.04, and with I've setup broadband connection, windows 7 allow all internet access, but Ubuntu 14.04 some application access via internet, I can't access Firefox browser and Terminal command line via internet, when running this application then showing me proxy setting...


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Go to Synaptic Package Manager(you can search it from the top left most icon if you are not able to find it) Then click on Settings->Preferences. Then go to Network,choose manual proxy configuration and then apply after you have setup the proxy settings.It will work for you.


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I'm hoping that this link may help you : http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-configure-ubuntu-desktop-to-use-your-proxy-server.html Or this: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1575


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I don't know for certain if this would interfere with updates or not, but immediately I can see that the repeating error is caused by having your update repositories set to include the original installation cd-rom. To correct please open your Update Manager. Click on the SETTINGS button, click on the left most tab "Ubuntu Software" and uncheck the box ...


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It seems your repository settings have some problems. Run /usr/bin/software-sources. This program configures package repository. You can see 'Additional repositories' tab. You can uncheck 'cdrom:[Linux' after clicking that tab to avoid "CD-ROM" message. Then, choose 'Official repositories' tab. And choose proper 'Mirrors' with labled 'Main' and 'Base'. ...


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The error message for this problem was correct, the server was in restricted network and did not have access to the Internet. The lab has a proxy server for http and https traffic. The solution was to export http_proxy, https_proxy, and no_proxy environment variables on the Juju host server: export http_proxy=http://squid.internal:3128 export ...


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The best my google-goo can offer is https://juju.ubuntu.com/docs/howto-proxies.html https://juju.ubuntu.com/docs/howto-offline-charms.html


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if your wireless card supports Station (aka "infrastructure" ) mode or Access point mode (STA and AP respectively) it can be used to create a hotspot. For more information, have a look at kernel.org's excellent documentation The easiest command to show what you've currently got is sudo iw list | grep --after-context=5 "interface mode" The settings you are ...


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Not sure what might have happened to your system, but you may be interested in setting those in your terminal/commandline: export http_proxy="http://user:password@proxy_server:port" export https_proxy="https://user:password@proxy_server:port" Can you actually check what shows: echo $http_proxy (btw - you may use this way for ftp_proxy, too)


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When I initially started firefox, it was set to use the system proxy. According to this unix stackexchange answer: The system proxy settings should be stored as system-wide variables, present in /etc/environment In my case I set them in .pam_environment instead of /etc/environment. However, I set only http_proxy and https_proxy but not no_proxy so ...


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I guess openconnect configures http proxy to be used by FF. ('Connection through HTTP proxy, including libproxy support for automatic proxy configuration.') FF Preferences - Advanced - Network etc, you should exclude localhost. Another option is a change of resolv.conf that will redirect even localhost. cat it. I'd try wget -vvv and see exact step ...



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