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Re: RES: Before Firewall
- From: Chris Taylor <chris at equate dot dyndns dot org>
- To: Alexandre Pereira - Tracker Solutions <alexandre dot pereira at tracker dot ind dot br>
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2005 10:27:50 +0000
- Subject: Re: RES: Before Firewall
- References: <EDB20220BD776C438048AEAA3A68D1AF065B78@servidor2000.tracker.local>
- Reply-to: cygwin at cygwin dot com
Removed top-posting antics.
Alexandre Pereira - Tracker Solutions wrote:
Larry Hall wrote :
You'd be better off stating the problem that you're having directly than
hinting at it. I can say that if >>you've set up a proxy on Windows for
the likes of IE, then you will likely want to use the IE settings option
in 'setup.exe' (available at www.cygwin.com) to install all the Cygwin
packages you want. Beyond that, you may need to configure certain apps
that require Internet access similarly. You can see the documentation
(man, info, /usr/share/doc[/Cygwin]) of specific apps you're interested
in to learn how to set them up. Overall, it should be no different than
setting them up with Slackware in the same network environment.
I'm sorry Larry Hall
I have some problem with English .
My ploblem is I could install the Cygwin .
When I was installing it I set "Use IE5 Setting" up.
But after the installation for example I want use the links with
the command in the Xterm :
The links return for me :
The page cannot be displayed
" There is a problem with the page you are trying to reach
"And it cannot be displayed .
"403 Forbidden - The ISA Server denies the specified Uniform
"Resource Locator <URL>. <12202>
"Internet Security and Acceration Server
I want to configure the Cygwin for access the internet but I
don't know how I can to make this .
I try to find out something in the Cygwin's documentation and
the www.google.com but I could find out nothing . I guess to reach help
in this mailing list .
Each application needs to be made aware of the proxy. At present, I
believe I am correct in saying that *nix lacks a centralised method of
configuring the system for a proxy (squid in transparent mode with an
upstream proxy is the easiest way, but goes way beyond the scope of this
ML and almost certainly isn't an option here).
Anyway, to get links configured, run links, press ESC, use the right
arrow key to select Setup, press down until Network Options is selected
and press Enter.
You should find it relatively simple from there. Be aware that links
doesn't seem to support authenticating, so if you need to authenticate
with the proxy you're SOL.
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