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Thanks. the issue of libiptc.h is resolved by apt-get install iptables-dev but after running ./setup.py build I got this output now. root@server:/usr/local/src/mediaproxy-2.5.2# ./setup.py build running build running build_py running build_ext building 'mediaproxy.interfaces.system._conntrack' extension x86_64-linux-gnu-gcc -pthread -DNDEBUG -g -fwrapv ...


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Currently the landscape autopilot (Release: 15.01) does not fully support an http_proxy setting. You will need to have direct internet access from all machines you are testing with. This answer has a good listing of the sites that you will need access to: How should I setup MAAS so that it can be used by the Canonical OpenStack Autopilot?


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The error message is showing you that the file /usr/include/libiptc/libiptc.h could not be found. /usr/include/libiptc/libiptc.h is part of the iptables-dev package. To fix this problem, use: sudo apt-get install iptables-dev then retry setup.py


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Scan the local host, and type this in the terminal: nmap -v -A http://localhost and then at the output you see all the open port, and you can try them all and it might work fine this way.


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You have figured it out correctly. *http://localhost:4001 : Bad port number* error is caused by JAP client anon-proxy. It can be removed by typing the following command in the terminal sudo apt-get purge anon-proxy Alternatively, The package "anon-proxy" can also be removed from the synaptic package manager


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I got passed this error with the pollinate command by modifying ~/.cloud-install/userdata.yaml There is a line that constructs arguments for the pollinate command including the proxy server. To this list I added '--insecure' so that when curl is called by the execution of the pollinate command it ignores the proxy server's self signed certificate.


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Solved it finally: (Follow the steps serially) 1. For gtk3 programs such as rhythmbox and online accounts: First you need to enter proxy settings in network settings (along with authentication): Then apply system wide. 2. For apt,software center etc edit the file /etc/apt/apt.conf And then replace all the existing text by the following lines ...


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I had the same problem for very long time.Here's how I solved it: (Follow the steps serially) 1. For gtk3 programs such as rhythmbox and online accounts: First you need to enter proxy settings in network settings (along with authentication): Then apply system wide. 2. For apt,software center etc edit the file /etc/apt/apt.conf And then replace all ...


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Do a fresh Install. Your settings are correct. Install squidguard first. Then install squid 3 ( Important ) Your issues will be over.


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While Tor is an easy way, it is soooo slooow. The better one would be an SSH tunnel. Mass block of SSH is nearly equal to mass block of Internet. You can easily create your own SSH Tunnel gate on any server abroad that you own. There are even some free tunnel providers, but beware of scams.


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I certainly recommend you to install Tor. Because it is safer than VPNs and lots of people are using it around the world. So there will be lots of documentations to use. You can run tor (not tor browser) on every browser you like and modify it as you want. Just use the code below: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install tor You can just start a new ...


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Looks good to me. It matches my proxy settings except that the first line for you comes after all of my "request_header_access ..." lines. That line forwarded_for off is what makes the difference between your true client IP being passed as the originating IP (on) or the proxy's IP being used as the origin (off). This is important when trying to access ...


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As the netstat -tlpn output indicates you don't have port 22 is in LISTEN state that is the port is closed. As for the Online scan results, this should be the results from scanning the public IP interface of your router (could be the proxy in your case).


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It is set in /etc/environment.This sets the variable for every user,system wide


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From your command line, see if can you do the following: $ echo "GET / HTTP/1.1 > > " | nc repo.mongodb.org 80 note pay attention to the quotes, there are two returns in the string pipped to netcat (may be called nc on your system). You should get a response like below. If netcat is not installed, then you can use telnet as well if it happens to ...



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