[REBOL] Re: Rebol behind a proxy
From: greg_piney:mcgraw-hill at: 8-Feb-2001 9:41
I do it all day, every day. Put the following, appropriately changed, lines in
system/schemes/default/user: "the_username" ;username for email login
system/schemes/default/pass: "the_password" ;password for email login
It sounds like you already have the 'set-net' directive correct.
Standard and Poor's Web Engineering
<[Al--Bri--xtra--co--nz]> on 02/08/2001 04:01:46 AM
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Subject [REBOL] Rebol behind a proxy
I'm trying out Rebol behind a proxy at my local high school where I'm
working during the day. I don't know what type of proxy it is, neither does
the "network administrator" (he knows less than I do about the system!) know
what type of proxy it is. I believe it's an old proxy, and with tests, I've
discovered that SOCKS4, SOCKS5 and SOCKS seem to work (I think).
Normally, to access the internet, I launch a browser (Netscape 4.7 IIRC)
and the proxy diverts the first page request to a local page with a Java
Applet that collects a username and password. If I use any other browser,
Opera 5, MSIE 5.5, Netscape 6, the Java applet comes up with missing buttons
and text entry fields or doesn't work. The username and password that
everyone uses is the same, it's not related to email address or anything
So my question is: how do I get Rebol to connect to the outside world
without having to launch Netscape first and logon to/through the proxy?
Thank you in advance.
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