[Yum] yum behind firewall,how to setup proxy?
Hou Xiang ZHU
hou-xiang.zhu at st.com
Thu Apr 27 01:53:42 UTC 2006
I downloaded "ntlmaps-0.9.9.0.1.tar.gz" and tried it. I am not very sure
how to modify server.cfg, and and entered ./main.py, it is like this:
> [zhuhx at localhost ntlmaps-0.9.9.0.1]$ ./main.py
> NTLM authorization Proxy Server v0.9.9.0.1
> Copyright (C) 2001-2004 by Dmitry Rozmanov and others.
> Now listening at localhost.localdomain on port 5865
Then when I enter "http://rpm.livna.org/fedora/5/i386/" in my firefox
browser address and try to download livna-release-5-4.noarch.rpm,
firefox prompt a corporate warning, apprarently this site is one of many
it has intentionally blocked.
Also, how suppose ntlmaps can help yum to update?
so looks like it is very difficult for yum to set proxy against these
very strict multinational company firewall and internet usage.
Should I try more? I now freshly installed FC5 and try to manually
download and install all the multimedia plug-ins. It is a pity that
can't use yum to update my system. I can use yum at home easily and I
seth vidal 写道:
> On Wed, 2006-04-26 at 10:37 +0800, Hou Xiang ZHU wrote:
>> hi there:
>> I am trying to use yum to update my FC4 system, but didn't succeed!
>> looks like it is because I am behind a firewall, I need proxy to access outside web, and maybe an MS proxy, is there any ways to use yum behind a such proxy? how do I know what kind of proxy I am behind?
>> I export https_proxy with username and passwd but the following error
>> occured. actually I tried a few formats of setting this env variable, I am not sure I setup correct or not. my corporate proxy need a user name and passwd, in user name there is a +space+ " " in my user name. so could any one tell me exactly which variable and how to and where to set it?
> short answer:
> see if that helps, if not - come back and we'll figure out more.
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