Thanks a Lot @himanshub16 for such an amazing tool
@himanshub16 i have set up proxyman for ubutnu 18.04 , after setting up proxy in proxyman i am able to use internet settings in firefox , however i am not able to download any application from ubuntu application store , every time i try do so an error occurs showing : unsupported proxy configured 172.31.1.4://8080 , what should i do ?
@kumarshubham707 umm, seems like you've probably interchanged host and port values.
Or maybe there's an issue with ProxyMan itself. Please try again and let me know. ☺️
@himanshub16 ./main.sh unset and then source ~/.bashrc not working
echo $HTTP_PROXY is still showing proxies being set.
that's because the variables once declared stay in there till to close that window, or start a new one
There's another bug in v3, https_proxy and HTTPS_PROXY are being set as "_"
Yeah, that was fixed by a PR. Maybe it is not reflected in the releases.
Hello. I'm using proxyman through the XFCE desktop environment (on Arch Linux). After setting my path to include ~/.local/bin, it works properly... with some exceptions. Firefox correctly listens to the proxy settings, but in the case of apps such as Steam, Lutris or the Minecraft launcher, I have to run those programs through a terminal emulator to get them to follow the proxy settings. How would I go about setting proxyman so that GUI applications follow the proxy settings?
Hi, is it possible to run Proxyman on boot? If you call proxyman load config, it still prompts you for a target, instead of loading the previous choice
Sorry, have been scrolling through very old emails and found old messages I've skipped.
@rishabhdeepsingh As of now, you can use proxyman for mac as-it-is to configure proxy for git/npm/yarn/bashrc/zshrc. Usually, setting system proxy in MacOS settings and then .zshrc is enough.
@onceuponaban GUI applications usually follow the toolkit as GTK applications follow GSettings. Not sure about Qt though. Many GUI applications have custom menu to configure proxy in case they can't detect system settings. In that case, you'd have to do it manually.
@hazanasec Interesting. If you have configured your settings once, it exists in the configuration files unless modified. Why would you want it to load on boot? Also, did you get any success?
@hazanasec Yeah I got that. Thanks for help.
@himanshub16 I commented on the maven proxy. Maybe we are able to fix it. Check the Issue #47