Re: Network Manager and Gnome Proxy Settings

On Sat, Sep 18, 2010 at 10:12 AM, Daniel Rogers <dsrogers hp com> wrote:
> I've done exactly this, though it required quite a bit more magic.  You
> can't run from just any user session.  It has to be a user session that
> knows whatever environment is necessary to connect to an existing gconf
> daemon.  Otherwise the effects will not be persistent.
> The only way I was able to get it to work was to add:
> xml:readonly:$(HOME)/.nm/gconf
> To my users $HOME/.gconf.path.mandatory
> Then create a proxy configuration file as a gconftool dump:
> gconftool --dump /system/proxy > ~/.nm/system.proxy.xml
> gconftool --dump /system/http_proxy > ~/.nm/system.http_proxy.xml
> Then when the network comes up set the properties in $HOME/.nm/gconf
> without a running gconfd with gconftool --direct:
> gconftool --direct --config-source=xml:readwrite:$HOME/.nm/gconf --load=
> $HOME/.nm/system.proxy.xml /system/proxy
> gconftool --direct --config-source=xml:readwrite:$HOME/.nm/gconf --load=
> $HOME/.nm/system.http_proxy.xml /system/http_proxy

What does "--load" do? It isn't described in the man page for gconftool.

When do specify the proxy values? Is that a one time thing?

Darren Hart

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