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I set global proxy settings via

System Settings>Network>Network proxy

I set the Socks host. All apps, including the command line apps successfully picked it up. But its a problem with Mercurial, which has trouble finding a PC on the same network. How do I set the system proxy settings to exempt local addresses?

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in the configuration window you mentioned there is a tab like "ignored Computers" (In my german ubuntu it is: "Ignorierte Rechner"). There you can setup rules for connections which do not need to be forwarded to the proxy. You could e.g. add:

192.168.*.*

to this list, depending on which room is "local" for you.

edit: I mean this settings page:

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  • Hmm I see only host-address pairs for HTTP Proxy,HTTPS Proxy,FTP Proxy and SOCKS host, with an "Apply system wide". Greetings from India, Jesvin :-) Oct 21, 2011 at 17:32
  • I added a picture of the dialog box I meant...
    – Michael K
    Oct 24, 2011 at 5:53

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