[ubuntu-za] Access to internet via Proxy and AD login
dave.apter at gmail.com
Mon May 11 10:07:33 UTC 2015
Interesting post! Can't help making a comment.
"Mines" IT mindset has not changed. I worked for a large mining company and
they still prefer to waste zillions of Rands on MS and related products
when Ubuntu can liberate them. But selection of the right OS for the right
job still eludes them.
It's not just the MS attitude its the "change" attitude IT staff have.
In my humble opinion, general IT staff (and their management bosses) have
not REAL understanding of Data/Information/Knowledge (DInK!) and the
integration of these. They remain 'rubberstamps'.
Wrt Linux talking to a proxy ... just ask the Google. IT can't help you!
Best of luck with your Ubuntu revolution.
On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 11:39 AM, Charl Wentzel <
charl.wentzel at vodamail.co.za> wrote:
> Hi Guys
> I'm a bit lost on this one. I've got a Linux server on one of those
> "there's only one O/S in the world and its called Windows"-mines.
> Unfortunately for me I've got an Ubuntu box and I would like to connect
> to the Internet so I can do updates and download a new library or two
> from the repositories using aptitude.
> The IT guys on the mine say:
> "To have internet access you have to use a proxy server, and use an AD
> account with internet rights."
> Obviously they'll set up the account for me, but how would my Linux
> server connect to the proxy?
> ubuntu-za mailing list
> ubuntu-za at lists.ubuntu.com
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