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    Apt-get won't work through NTLM authentication. If your proxy used that then you'll have to run a local proxy which handles the authentication for you.

    http://ntlmaps.sf.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by fafster View Post
    Apt-get won't work through NTLM authentication. If your proxy used that then you'll have to run a local proxy which handles the authentication for you.

    http://ntlmaps.sf.net
    You might be right about the NTLM authentification - isn't this suggested by the error message of:
    502 Proxy Error ( The ISA Server denies the specified Uniform Resource Locator (URL). )
    Have you ever used this local proxy method ? I've followed the link but the documentation is very poor and I don't understand how the software works or how to set it up!

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    Can't you just enable Basic auth on ISA server? That's how I do it here with Squid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    Can't you just enable Basic auth on ISA server? That's how I do it here with Squid.
    I have no access to the server, and the IT manager and I don't speak if we can avoid it, which makes things difficult!
    He hates OpenSource or any non-microsoft software and has already banned me from using Firefox, OpenOffice etc.
    I have zero chance of getting him to assist me in updating my Linux laptop through 'his' server.

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    What's your position within your school btw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    What's your position within your school btw?
    No, I'm not a pupil - I'm Head of Physics!

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    The IT Manager doesn't like open source? No exactly embracing things is he lol move here I install Open Office and Firefox by default

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesleyw View Post
    The IT Manager doesn't like open source? No exactly embracing things is he lol move here I install Open Office and Firefox by default
    He hasn't got a clue - we are a large (and rich!) Independant school, and yet have only the useless online biblio.net email service, no online messaging, No Outlook, or diary facilities, or contact lists. If I want a fellow member of staff's email address I have to put a piece of paper in their pigeon hole asking for it!

    The deputy head recently appointed to join the IT committee doesn't know how to save a file to his own 'My Documents' folder - honestly!

    Reports are written in Word, then we all have to print them out and cut them to size using a guillotine.

    You want more?
    How about the IT manager bought a load of new network PCs along with some lovely widescreen 1440 x 900 resolution TFT screens. However, none of the computer graphics cards support this resolution, so every screen is run at 1280 x 1024 giving distorted text and graphics! I sent my departments back and refused to use them.

    I could write pages more, but would end up screaming with frustration if I did - welcome to my IT hell!

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    I'm not sure if anyone sorted this out but if not take a look at:

    ISA proxy authentication woes Utcursch

    then:

    Download this file and scp it to your Ubuntu box

    http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/...buntu1_all.deb

    Then : chmod +x ntlmaps_0.9.9.0.1-10ubuntu1_all.deb

    Then : dpkg -i ntlmaps_0.9.9.0.1-10ubuntu1_all.deb

    This should install it.

    If you need dependant packages you will need to install them as well.

    Hope this helps someone. It worked for me here.

    GJE

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    could you post the contents of apt.conf then I may be able to help you

    to be fair you will need a local proxy

    in yum.conf you can add a line like

    http_proxy=http://xx.xx.xx.xxort

    eg http_proxy=http://10.120.161.20:80/

    the http:// before the ip address is important as is the port and the last /
    hope this helps
    Last edited by llawwehttam; 19th September 2009 at 12:36 PM.

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