[Setup] Using buildout behind proxy w/authentication
Lars von Wedel
vonwedel at web.de
Fri Sep 12 11:25:39 UTC 2008
Thanks for the hint, I am running Windows, though (a classic
big-company-network-setup I suppose).
Nevertheless, that may be an interesting approach. Can I achieve the same
thing using freecap on Windows ?
@Laurence: you may want to append your suggestion to the comments of the
buildout tutorial on plone.org where proxy issues have been discussed
Laurence Rowe wrote:
> If you are running linux, then take a look at tsocks. It dynamically
> patches the network library to transparently use a socks proxy.
> In /etc/tsocks.conf set the server to 127.0.0.1 and port to 1080. then ssh
> into your remote server with:
> $ ssh -D 1080 me at myserver.with.real.internet.access
> This will run a local SOCKS proxy tunneling through the ssh connection.
> You can then run buildout with:
> $ tsocks bin/buildout
> It also works for xchat, apt-get and pretty much everything else I've
> tried. My browser directly supports socks proxies so I set that there.
> Lars von Wedel wrote:
>> I have developed a product using a Plone buildout. I recently moved into
>> some other environment where I am working behind an authenticated proxy
>> and have problems getting buildout to run.
>> Even using the experimental buildout installer, running buildout -o tries
>> to connect to the network and fails. I googled around and it seems that
>> it would be necessary to work on the buildout code (and how it uses
>> urllib) to properly authenticate with the proxy.
>> Are there any other options I have ? Any plans to work on this ?
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