On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 11:01 AM, Steven Masfaraud
<stevenmasfar...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Le lundi 6 janvier 2014 10:29:30 UTC+1, Steven Masfaraud a écrit :
>> Hi,
>> I have a problem using Git for windows behind a proxy...
>> I am a PhD student working for a company. I am trying to share the code I
>> am developing between the computer of the company (windows, behind an http
>> proxy) and a server of my lab (linux)
>> I have initialized a empty bare repository on the lab's server, and I am
>> now trying to clone it on the pc of my company, behind the proxy. I have
>> configured git to pass this proxy: git config -l shows:
>> http.proxy=http://usernameproxy:passwdpr...@companyproxy.com:80
>> git clone ssh://usern...@labserver.fr:2333/Path/Repositery/ LocalFolder/
>> answers:
>> ssh: labserver.fr: no address associated with name
>> With the same kind of configuration on putty I can access the lab's server
>> without any problem.
> The problem is that git knows that there is a proxy, but SHH doesn't. To
> configure SSH over a proxy, one need another program like corkscrew to do
> the tunneling. I have installed a linux virtual machine where I can
> configure SSH properly because i didn't find a way to do so on git for
> Windows. Problem solved!

I'm glad it worked out for you, but did you try following the guide on
using git with putty that I sent earlier?  I'd like to know whether
it's worth sending that link to colleagues who find themselves in the
same situation as you.


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