Salaam,

When you set network.proxy to 'system', Java should detect your system
proxy which is set on Linux, globally in network adapter configuration. If
it cannot be detected, use 'manual' option and fill network.proxy.server
and network.proxy.port according to you proxy settings.

Regards,
Mohse


On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 4:07 AM, Carlos Luna <caral...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have edited my config.properties file and this is how its look
>
> # Network settings
> # network.proxy.internal.disableJvmUseSystemProxy = false
> # can be 'system' (system default proxy), 'manual' (should be set
> manually below) or 'false' for no proxy.
> network.proxy = system
> # set the following properties only if network.proxy is set to 'manual'
> network.proxy.server =
> network.proxy.port =
> # can be HTTP or SOCKS
> network.proxy.type = SOCKS
>
> But the online recitations keep without conection.
>
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