I work behind a proxy too(In my case I have to supply a username and
password too )
I have the following thins setup in my ~/.bashrc:
export http_proxy= http://username:password@proxy-url:proxy-port/
then source it:
$ source ~/.bashrc
or maybe relogin .
and the .hgrc settings that you have specified usually work for me
Here are few links that I remember using . I am no longer behind a proxy ,
so would not be able to verify this now, Though I remember pushing and
pulling from behind proxy using the above settings
On 18 June 2013 19:48, Sebastian Schaaf <sch...@ibe.med.uni-muenchen.de>wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm currently trying to set up a galaxy-dist instance on a SLES server
> within an 'encapsulated' network (hospital environment; here all sensitive
> data is stored and handled). Within this network, clients are only capable
> of accessing the internet via HTTP/HTTPS and FTP, using a proxy - adress
> and port (8080) are the same for all three protocols.
> Mercurial (which I had to set up in advance) is accessible and more or
> less in default configuration (more on that down below).
> What I get after executing the command 'hg clone
> "abort: error: _ssl.c:491: error:140700FC:SSL
> Google search indicates something more general, so outside the exclusive
> scope of Galaxy. On top, no connection to Galaxy was listed, also not in
> this mailing list's archive.
> Following some hints I just tried to set the proxy via a '.hgrc' file in
> the galaxy user home like this:
> host = url:port
> host = url:port
> (re-login after that) and also set the system variables '$http_proxy' and
> '$https_proxy'. Another approach described was to call
> 'hg --config http_proxy.host=url:port clone https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/*
> *galaxy-dist#stable <https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist#stable>'
> Nothing worked out.
> Does anyone experienced similar behaviour or has got some ideas how to
> solve this?
> Thanks in advance,
> Sebastian Schaaf, M.Sc. Bioinformatics
> University of Munich
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