Posts Tagged ‘proxy settings’

Disable translate suggestions in Google Chrome

In this tutorial I will show you how to get rid of the Translate this page suggestions in Google Chrome browser. The tutorial is very basic and will guide you in three simple steps how to accomplish our goal. The operating system used is ArchLinux and we have installed latest beta version of Google Chrome browser.

The prerequisites for this tutorial are:

1. Linux distribution with Gnome 2.x
2. google chrome installed and functional
3. that you have the proxy settings and confirmed them working

First I would like to make it clear what this tutorial is about. We will guide you how to disable the langue translation suggestion from Google Chrome which shows on the screen shot that follows
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Configure Opera Browser to use proxy

In this tutorial I will show you how to set you Opera browser to use a proxy server. The tutorial is very basic and will guide you in four simple steps how to set the proxy. The operating system used is Windows XP.

The prerequisites for this tutorial are:

1. Windows XP
2. Opera For Windows installed and functional
3.Tthat you have the proxy settings and confirmed them working

Step 1:
Start Opera browser and go the "Tools" menu at the top navigation bar. Click on Preferences Read the rest of this entry »

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Configure Safari Browser to use proxy

In this tutorial I will show you how to set you Safari browser to use a proxy server. The tutorial is very basic and will guide you in four simple steps how to set the proxy. The operating system used is Windows XP.

The prerequisites for this tutorial are:

1. Windows XP
2. Safari For Windows installed and functional
3.Tthat you have the proxy settings and confirmed them working

Step 1:
Start Safari browser and go the "General Sfari Settings" menu. Click on Preferences Read the rest of this entry »

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Setup proxy in Google Chrome in Windows

In this tutorial I will show you how to set you Google Chrome browser to use a proxy server. The tutorial is very basic and will guide you in four simple steps how to set the proxy. The operating system used is Windows XP and we have installed 4.0.249.78 version of Google Chrome browser.

The prerequisites for this tutorial are:

1. Windows XP
2. google chrome installed and functional
3. that you have the proxy settings and confirmed them working

Step 1:
Start Google Chrome browser and go the "Customize and control Google Chrome" menu. Click on Options Read the rest of this entry »

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Setup proxy in Google Chrome in Linux Gnome

In this tutorial I will show you how to configure Google Chrome browser to use a proxy server. The tutorial is very basic and will guide you in three simple steps how to accomplish our goal. The operating system used is ArchLinux and we have installed 4.0.249.11 version of Google Chrome browser.

The prerequisites for this tutorial are:

1. Linux distribution with Gnome 2.x
2. google chrome installed and functional
3. that you have the proxy settings and confirmed them working

Step 1:
Start Google Chrome browser and go the "Customize and control Google Chrome" menu. Click on Options Read the rest of this entry »

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wget using authentication proxy on Linux

In this tutorial we will demonstrate something that most of you may need to use just for a few times in their Linux experience but will be very happy that such functionality existed at first place. Commong Linux users, including me, are not so used to get things through a proxy. Maybe used one some time ago but I have totally forgotten that such things as proxies even existed. Anyway in case one day it happens that you find yourself in a corporate network and need to download someting from the command line you will find yourself into some trouble. Not that you cannot download it quickly using a browser but for example in my case it was a script that I had to make work. For such cases after you finish reading this tutorial you will know how to configure wget for using proxy with basic authentication.

There are two ways for wget to pick up the proxy server hostname. One way is from the environment variables and another way is via the wget configuration file.The main and only configuration file of wget is located in etc directory Read the rest of this entry »

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