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The nodes use MAAS as their DNS, and MAAS doesn't seem to know how to resolve spike-dmz.aql.fr. Have you tried configuring an upstream DNS server in MAAS? Go to settings on the top right, scroll down to Upstream DNS used to resolve domains not managed by this MAAS and fill that in with the DNS server of your network, see if that helps.


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Basically, Squid is a proxy server and web cache daemon. It has a wide variety of uses, from speeding up a web server by caching repeated requests; to caching web, DNS and other computer network lookups for a group of people sharing network resources; to aiding security by filtering traffic. A very great step by step tutorial could be find here ...


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There is a tool named tsocks. In ubuntu, you can just install it by apt-get install -y tsocks then you can change the settings in /etc/tsocks, for example here is mine: server=127.0.0.1 server_port=1080 server_type=5 server_port should match your shadowsocks's local port setting, server_type should be set to 5 because shadowsocks use socks5 not socks4. ...


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Assuming that you are experiencing an issue related with proxy authentication, Here is a simple way to set proxy authentication in Ubuntu: Here is a link to a python program named UBPROXY . Given below are the steps to set proxy Authentication. http://code.google.com/p/ubproxy/downloads/detail?name=ubproxy command to use-> 1.download this program. ...


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Here is a link to a python program named UBPROXY . Given below are the steps to set proxy Authentication. http://code.google.com/p/ubproxy/downloads/detail?name=ubproxy command to use-> 1.download this program. 2.open your terminal 3."cd ~/Downloads" (Presuming that your download exist in this directory) 4."chmod +x ubproxy" 5."sudo ./ubproxy"


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There is no such thing as tor 0.2.7.5. What you read about is Tor Launcher 0.2.7.5 which I suspect is a different thing that tor itself. You can have (in decreasing order of stability) the following build: the latest stable which 0.2.5.12.1 the latest experimental build which is 0.2.6.7.1 the latest dev build 0.2.7.1-alpha-dev-20150518T200057Z-1 none of ...


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This should solve your problem: export http_proxy=http://username:password@10.114.7.7:80/


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Alternatively, you can place the following in /etc/apt/apt.conf Acquire::http::Proxy "http://proxy.server.port:8080"; 8080 is the port number and I think is standard. Don't forget the quotes or the trailing semicolon.


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What works for me is setting the proxy as environment variable: $ sudo -i # export http_proxy=http://proxy.example.com/:80 # export https_proxy=... # apt-get do something


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Slow internet is solved by this thread on ubuntu forums for me. It basically asks you to first check the connection speed after the following command in terminal as a test- sudo modprobe -r rt2800pci sudo modprobe -v rt2800 pci nohwcrypt=1 If the connection speed improves, you can make it permanent by opening the conf file in gedit using this command - ...


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the 3 nodes fail in the same manner while being comissioned. So when you used a proxy and 2 NIC on your Maas Server you HAVE TO set iptables rules !! For me it was: eth0 internet eth1 private network iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE and after that My nodes was able to have "Node changed status — From 'Commissioning' to 'Ready'"


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Directly upgrade to Ubuntu 15.04 from 14.04 not possibly, but this not mean that you can't do this. No usb sticks, etc needed. I do that update via ssh from remote PC :) Before upgrade you need install upgrade helpers: sudo apt-get install update-manager update-manager-core After, go to /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades file and change Prompt=lts to ...


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There's no simple way to do this in a GUI, I believe. However you can try to use a so called PAC (Proxy Auto Configuration) script. This works for programs that obey the proxy settings in Ubuntu or for programs that can be set independently to a proxy like Firefox. However you need to do a bit Javascript programming. Basically you can make the script to ...


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create a file (it doesn't exist by default): sudo gedit /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/01proxy Then add the following: (Replace with yours) Acquire::http::Proxy " http://[username]:[password]@[proxy-webaddress]:[port]"; Acquire::https::Proxy " http://[username]:[password]@[proxy-webaddress]:[port]"; Save the file and then try: sudo apt-get update


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Press the button "Clear and Rebuild Cache". This action will recreate cache dirs as you set it in cache_dir option


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You don't have htpasswd installed on your system to manage HTTP users. You can use the one from the Apache HTTP Server utility programs package. Even though it's meant for Apache and not Squid, the password file format is the same (according to your reports).


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You can not make an application use socks proxy if it doesn't support it. Firefox supports socks proxy that's why you can simply change the proxy settings in Firefox to make it work. However, for apps that don't support Socks proxy, you can use Proxychains instead. It is very easy to setup and use. It comes pre-configured for use with Tor. Debian family: ...


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man wget suggests wget doesn't support socks proxies. In any case, the term 'socks' doesn't show up in the man or info docs.


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With the help of the "Ubuntu phone" community on Launchpad (see here), I was able to set my system proxy settings via the 'gsettings set' command (identically to the working settings on my Ubuntu 14.04 desktop systems): gsettings set org.gnome.system.proxy use-same-proxy false gsettings set org.gnome.system.proxy mode "'manual'" gsettings set ...


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It is best to download the ISO from Ubuntu website and create a live USB with it using UNetbootin. Then while booting from USB you will be given an option to upgrade. This will preserve your data. Edit: As pointed out below, you will have to first update to 14.10 to upgrade to 15.04, but you can follow the same strategy.


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I believe you are looking for the option MaxCircuitDirtiness set it for number of seconds. By default it is set to 10 minutes (600). One hour is 3600, 4 hours would be 14400, and so on. Add this option in your torrc file. There is usually a max to the number so if you are manually editing torrc with nano or vim, you may need to play with the number if ...



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