[OT] Linux clientes and NTLM authentication
Marcelo Magno T. Sales
marcelo-sales at ig.com.br
Fri Sep 29 17:56:32 BST 2006
Em Sexta 29 Setembro 2006 13:02, Thiago Macieira escreveu:
> Marcelo Magno T. Sales wrote:
> >So, if I have a SOCKS5 server, are there SOCKS5 clients for Linux that
> > would work in a completely transparent way, like the ISA Firewall
> > Client for Windows?
> KDE is supposed to do that, but it may or may not work. We have SOCKS5
> support for all KDE applications and we also have SOCKS5 support for
To get this working for KDE applications, I would just have to setup proxy and
socks in Control Center? No setup is needed in the applications themselves?
In Control Center, I've seen options to configure the proxy address for HTTP,
HTTPS and FTP. What about KDE applications which use other protocols, like
Kopete and ktorrent, for example?
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