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I'm not sure about all the downloads that you are seeing but at least lxc images are retrieved over HTTPS so will not be cacheable. See: https://www.mail-archive.com/juju@lists.ubuntu.com/msg01303.html


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The installer sets apt-http-proxy to whatever your MAAS server IP is for an existing MAAS installation. So whenever juju deploys any services which require apt-get installs it'll pull from that proxy.


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The Ubuntu Desktop 14.04 LTS came pre-installed with Remmina that use the RDP - Remote Desktop Protocol, then it connect with Microsoft Windows OS too. It setup is full feature and tweaks. Beyond it have SFTP, SSH and VNC as alternative protocols. http://remmina.sourceforge.net/


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If you want to use proxy in Chrome you have to change whole system proxy ! on Settings > Network > Network Proxy change settings here you will get the effects in Chrome. done


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Transmission uses the proxy configured using the Network Proxy tool located under the Preferences menu. Reference Solution


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Using the next config line works for me Acquire::socks::proxy "socks5://server:port"; To keep apt.conf clean and avoid problems at Linux upgrade created a new file (/etc/apt/apt.conf.d/12proxy) and added the config file to it


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That's because you didn't specify the protocol in the http_proxy value. As the output says: connection to 3128:80 (0.0.12.56) That's totally different from what you're trying to achieve I assume. It's interpreting example.myproxy as protocol, 3128 as IP address in decimal notation (0.0.12.56 in dotted form) and the default port 80. Try using this ...


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Simple Mongo Setup on AWS Unbuntu 14.0 sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv 7F0CEB10 echo 'deb http://downloads-distro.mongodb.org/repo/ubuntu-upstart dist 10gen' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mongodb.list sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y mongodb-org sudo apt-get install php5 sudo apt-get install apache2 sudo ...


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You're using sudo in the wrong place, doubly so: sudo resets some environment variables, so your HTTPS_PROXY is not reaching curl in the first place. The sh command should be run with sudo, if the script needs it. Do: curl https://install.meteor.com | sudo sh


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Per the answer given by @creveti-mihai, I looked at the sudoers man page. Unfortunately, as the man page says, it is not possible to preserve LD_* variables. Here is what the man page says: Note that the dynamic linker on most operating systems will remove variables that can control dynamic linking from the environment of setuid executables, including ...


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Is the root's LD_PRELOAD also set to /usr/lib/libtsocks.so? Take a look at: The -E (preserve environment) option for sudo. Ex: sudo -E bash -c 'echo $LD_PRELOAD' vs sudo echo $LD_PRELOAD; The sudoers file: Defaults env_keep;


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you are tying to use a http_proxy environment variable with HTTPS url https://install.meteor.com/ . To set your HTTPS proxy use HTTPS_PROXY environment variable (all upper case) from manual for curl Curl reads and understands the following environment variables: http_proxy, HTTPS_PROXY, FTP_PROXY


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I solved my problem with this program: microsoft-isa-proxy-authentication Microsoft ISA Proxy authentication in Ubuntu How to solve "407 Proxy Authentication Required" error in Ubuntu ? This was one question I was behind from last few days. Use CNTLM, that's the best answer I got. CNTLM will make your Ubuntu server act as a proxy server and in behind ...


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Okay, Here is what i did... I just needed a 'Proxy Mode Changer'... Setting the proxies , i did through gui... Now i just needed changing mode... Here is the script i made... SIMPLE as anything -> #!/bin/bash state=$(gsettings get org.gnome.system.proxy mode) if [ $state == "'none'" ]; then gsettings set org.gnome.system.proxy mode 'manual' ...


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It looks like you still don't authenticate properly. There may be a number of reasons for that - like special characters in your password, where it may be better to replace them by their code, I think. If you have windows proxy server - cntlm might help. I think actually that if you use package manager and give credentials there in the config - it might ...


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The proxy configuration on your machine is still present and does not work as it should. Remove it and everything should be working normal again. So: Disable "proxy connections"


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You are facing two problems: add-apt-repository is relying on the existence of the correct http_proxy and https_proxy values. sudo will not use all of the current environment values. Probably for security reasons. There are two possibilities how to overcome this: Call sudo -E add-apt-repository <additional-options> This will use all of the ...



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