Re: where save system-wide proxy choices?

On Thu, 2014-01-09 at 08:33 -0800, Stuart Kendrick wrote:
When I use the System Settings ... Network applet to configure a Systemwide
Proxy service ... into what file does this get written to disk?

Yeah, that's the GNOME proxy configuration, I believe that's all stored
in dconf (the replacement for gconf) in your GNOME session.
NetworkManager doesn't currently interact with that at all.

I've tried:

grep -r ""; /etc/*

no hits ... yet NetworkManager clearly shows this configuration and
browsers like Chrome utilize it

Right, because it's stored in dconf; look in your home directory
instead.  dconf has a facility for administrators to provide default
settings for situations like this, so that's what I'd look into.


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