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Old 05-04-2012, 01:51 AM   #1
Ajit Gunge
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Question Question with making the proxy settings permanent in mozilla?


Although I am trying to do this on a virtual machine but I belive this is not relevant.What I want is this.

I have a fedora 16 installed having a mozilla browser installed.I have to set some proxy settings in the bowser such a way that even if I shut down the machine and next time I boot I should have the proxy configurations as they were.I am not sure how to do this.If anyone is ware please help.

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I have to set some proxy settings in the bowser such a way that even if I shut down the machine and next time I boot I should have the proxy configurations as they were.
Since you haven't told us what virtualization product and what the guest comprises of then generally speaking if the virtualization guest saves state to disk (meaning it has its own virtual disk it writes to, you are not booting a read-only disk, Live CD or ISO and no "revert" option was set) then generally your settings should be saved when the guest is shut down properly. Even if your guest boots a read-only disk, Live CD or ISO it can save state by having the guest suspend or hibernate to disk. Obviously the latter is more volatile as it will revert back if you forget to suspend or hibernate between runs.
 
  


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