anotbot at me.com
Sun Oct 3 04:09:33 PDT 2010
Ok, I have tried all the various options that I can think of and
always just get the same 407 error.
System preferences proxy works fine with safari etc and I have checked
that the download site is working by going to the URL directly... so,
not sure what else to try.
I am therefore trying the port dmg cmd to create .dmg files and see if
I can make that work :-)
On 2 Oct 2010, at 20:59, Jeff Singleton wrote:
> the http may or may not be a requirement of the school's chosen
> proxy solution. Try both...one way will work. Also .. type 'env'
> outside of macport and make sure you don't have any *_proxy
> variables set, as they will conflict with the macports.conf setting.
> On Sat, Oct 2, 2010 at 1:17 PM, notbot <anotbot at me.com> wrote:
> Yes, I have removed the #.
> and I put the proxy URL in the form :
> # HTTP proxy:
> proxy_http proxy.uni.ac.uk:8080
> with no http:// is that correct?
> On 2 Oct 2010, at 16:45, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Oct 2, 2010, at 06:25, notbot wrote:
> I have tried editing the macports.conf but it doesn't seem to make
> any difference... still get failed to fetch with 407 error
> The proxy is also set in system preferences and I have tried the
> macports.conf with
> #proxy_override_env yes
> both enabled and off, again no difference.
> You have removed the "#" from the beginning of the line? If not, it
> will have no effect.
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