Proxy in xfce
Pontus Falk (SM0RUX)
pfalk at ax25.org
Thu Jan 5 20:34:15 UTC 2017
You basically do the same way to set up proxy in Tunderbird as well.
It also works the same way in other applications like qBittorrent
torrent client, Hexchat IRC client and so on.
Den 2017-01-05 kl. 21:03, skrev Richard Elkins:
> If you are using Firefox to access sites through a proxy (E.g. at
> work), you can get to a proxy set-up as follows:
> * In Firefox, click on the Open Menu icon (3 parallel lines, at far
> * Click on on Preferences
> * Click on Advanced
> * Click on Network
> * Click on Connection
> By default, Firefox is set up for No Proxy. Have at it.
> On 01/04/2017 01:25 PM, Pasi Lallinaho wrote:
>> On 27/12/16 00:42, kamyab sotude wrote:
>>> Iam new in xfce desktop,before i use gnome, kde an unity but now i
>>> try xfce
>>> I was wundering why there is no gui for proxy to set socks or https
>>> in xfce its so bad
>>> Why ?
>> I don't use proxies, so I don't know if there isn't a tool. However,
>> if that is the case, then I guess the team hasn't thought it's
>> required – and to be honest, you are the first one to ask one.
>> If you want to make Xubuntu better for those who need a GUI to set up
>> a proxy, please propose something – like which GUI you would prefer
>> and for what reasons – and start a discussion. (Telling our
>> volunteers the current situation is "so bad" isn't a helpful
>> attitude, and likely won't yield the results you are looking for).
>> Waiting for your proposal and contribution to the project!
>> Pasi Lallinaho (knome) › http://open.knome.fi/
>> Xubuntu Website Lead & Council member › http://xubuntu.org/
>> Shimmer Project co-founder › http://shimmerproject.org/
>> Ubuntu member
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