I'm using socks proxy over ssh tunnel
ssh -D 1080 -f -C -q -N <user>@<server>
when I set the proxy in
System settings > Network > Network proxy, all applications like
Chromium, Firefox, apt, ... are following the proxy.
now I want to write a shell script for automation,
how can I set
Network proxy by terminal?
all I found is "use some third-party software like
Tsocks and ...".
but as I said, the ubuntu it self can do this without any third-party software so don't want to use them.
all I want is set
Network proxy using a command in terminal.