If you are a Debian-based GNU/Linux user, then you’re probably familiar with synaptic and apt-get to install application from software repositories. This post focussed on how to use apt-get/synaptic behind proxy server/firewall which under normal circumstances, you’re unable to use apt-get. If you’re using Synaptic Open up your Synaptic package manager (usually as root), go to Settings-> Preference -> Network. Enter your proxy server details like : username:email@example.com, and put the proxy server port (usually 8080). If you’re using command-line apt-get
If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed and if you have questions related to your ubuntu system post question to our forums . Thanks for visiting! Static routing is the term used to refer to the manual method used to set up routing. An administrator enters routes into the router using configuration commands. This method has the advantage of being predictable, and simple to set up.
The Linux kernel includes the Netfilter subsystem, which is used to manipulate or decide the fate of network traffic headed into or through your server. All modern Linux firewall solutions use this system for packet filtering. The kernel's packet filtering system would be of little use to administrators without a userspace interface to manage it. This is the purpose of iptables. When a packet reaches your server, it will be handed off to the Netfilter subsystem for acceptance, manipulation, or rejection based on the rules supplied to it from userspace via iptables.
* note * Before you begin trying to do this manually, make sure Linux has not all ready mounted your drive to your Desktop automatically. There are two ways to manually mount your flash drive in Linux. The first way we'll describe should be used if you are going to rarely mount your drive, or only mount it once. The second way we'll explain should be used if you plan on using your flash drive on a more regular basis.