Error 407 on proxy filter
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 30, 2010
This"407 Proxy Authentication Required ( The ISA Server requires authorization to fulfill the request. Access to the Web Proxy filter is denied. )" is what I get when I try to update or Insatll any thing through Synaptic or atp.But apart from this the Google chrome & firefox works fine.They easily connect to Internet.
Ubuntu Software Center unable to Access the Web Proxy filter
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 26, 2009
I get this error When i try to install any software through Ubuntu Software Center
Failed to fetch http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/poo...untu1_i386.deb 407 Proxy Authentication Required ( The ISA Server requires authorization to fulfill the request. Access to the Web Proxy filter is denied. )
And i am connected to internet via same computer
Use the "Broken" Filter
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 24, 2007
When I open the Synaptic Package Manager i get a message:
>>You have 1 broken package on your system<<
>>Use the "Broken" Filter to locate it. <<
Can anyone tell me where to find this "Broken" Filter, and how to use it. I have searched the Forums and my Ubuntu Books but cannot find it.
ufw log filter
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 26, 2012
so i'm trying to tell UFW not to log anything at all from a port or port range.
i've been trying a few edits in /etc/ufw/after.rules
but it doesn't seem to work.
after i edit this file i sudo /etc/init.d/ufw restart
to set forth in motion the new rule set in the file. is this not how it works?
below is my /etc/ufw/after.rules file:
Using a HTTP Web proxy to Get Around a Web Filter
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 1, 2013
OK- So my school hired a new IT lady to enforce blocks on "inappropriate content" as the old guy was quitting. Lo and behold, she turns out to be a complete control freak. Forums such as this are blocked under a blanket block of "Forums." I cannot do a Google Image search on medieval swords for an image for the cover of my report under the block heading "Illegal Weapons." Meanwhile, fellow students are using the 4G on their cell phones to look up what is truly inappropriate content. So, barring what you may consider to be "ethical" or not, I am looking to set up a web proxy at my house and use that to reroute the traffic so that I can connect to forums and such at the school. Again, please no suggestions like "talk to them" or "don't do it, I think its wrong," because I have tried talking, and it does need to be done.
I am currently using ssh tunneling to create a SOCKS5 local proxy on my laptop from my home computer, and t
Bypassing filter and ssh on port 80
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 11, 2010
Hi all, I'm having some trouble finding a way to get the following working:
I'm behind a very restrictive firewall, it only allows traffic going through port 80. So to get pass it I'm planning to create a socket tunnel through ssh (If that is the right terminology).
I'm specifically having trouble setting up ssh on my server to use port 80. or in other terms, I can't connect to my ssh server on port 80!
to the sshd_config file. But still no luck. I also have a webserver running which apparently will make a difference, so how would I go about bypassing that limitation or is the reason I can't connect some other problem?
Proxy and Filter Bypass (not SSH forward)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 11, 2008
Disregarding the moral / legal / employee issues for a minute.
I am using a PC with no ability to directly connect to the internet. ALL access must go through the corporate proxy server / filter. I cannot connect over any outbound ports at all. Port 80 and 443 have to go through the corporate proxy/filter.
Is it possible to setup a proxy service on my home PC (or a Virtual Private Server somewhere), that I can access over https, through the corporate proxy ?
I am thinking of a web page running on the remote host. The page has a form field that you can input a web address into, and it displays that page. That way, the only info passing through the filter would be the remote link address and the https content.
I would think some combination of apache with some knocked up PHP "should" work OK.
Anyone have any suggestions ?
OpenOffice Spreadsheet and Word & the ASCII Filter Options
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 21, 2009
I am using the latest versions of OpenOffice. Ny web browser is FireFox 3 (updated)and am using the Unbuntu 64bit updated. Yesterday a co worker was attempting to modify a saved document that was in PDF format. Not knowing that this was not possible, attempts to succeed have caused the following:
1. Clicking on any saved PDF documents produced a popup window for ASCII Filter Options. The language wasn't changed - remains in English - but my coworker thinks that he changed the code. It is now at Unicode t8 I think. I say "I think" because now, I am unable to open the document by double clicking, which would give me the popup ASCII window. Now I have to select the pdf document, right click and select "Open With "Document Viewer" ". This works fine.
2. Clicking on any Oo Word documents produces nothing. Right clicking and selecting "Open With Oo.org Word Processor", produces nothing.
3. Clicking on any Oo Spreadsheet documents produc
Best Ubuntu / Linux Internet Content Filter Solutions
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 28, 2012
I've been searching for several years for a good internet content filtering solution for my Linux boxes. I've tried several different apps. Some OS based, browser addons, and even DNS. I'll explain each of the solutions and my experiences briefly here.
1) Mobicip Online Safety.
Although this option is not free it is the best option I've found for the Linux OS so far. Recently Mobicip updated their repository with working .deb files for the newest versions of Ubuntu (12.04 as of now). I'm actually using this service right now. Its relatively cheap compared to other filtering services. They have a good working tutorial, and with a paid filtering service you get software support, which is a second plus. As far as I've tested it does an extremely good job of filtering...Even search terms. It also has a record of all sites blocked and for what reason. Once configured it does it by itself, Password protected and all!! It also has the option to email filtering summaries to yourself,(
How to fix /usr/lib/cups/filter/pdftops fail ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 12, 2014
I have three PCs on my desk. All feed two Brother MFC-9440CN printer/scanners using USB connections and TrippLite USB switches. All PCs running 12.04 64-bit. Two of three PCs work well with both MFC devices doing PDF printing. All three work well on scannning from both MFCs. One PC keeps giving /usr/lib/cups/filter/pdftops fail errors when printing PDF, but not character-based documents. Same error coccurs when using cups-pdf to print to file. Offending PC is hp/compaq dx2250M dating from 2007. Win XP side works fine, and this PC has printed PDFs from Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit before.
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