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Old 03-30-2006, 12:26 AM   #1
marco01974
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help: setting up proxy (http) or socks www ,ftp,telnet etc....


hi,

i am now battling for weeks with this #### problem:

What i am trying 2Do is : Setting up my linux system to FIRST connect to a
public WebProxy/Socks4-5 proxy before BROWSING a webpage.
Or do anything else. (like ftp,telnet etc)


And send the response (http,https,telnet,ftp etc...) back to my
pc to the program. (ftp, www browser pop3 mail client etc...)

i know its possible to setup, heck even in mozilla i can make it work.
(like everybody ;-) )


anyway i want that to work in linux for all my networking services.

All help welcome !
 
Old 03-30-2006, 10:47 PM   #2
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and what public proxy would that be?
 
  


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