newbie question about Scamper and firewall proxy
Torge.Husfeldt at gmx.de
Torge.Husfeldt at gmx.de
Tue Jan 14 09:59:39 UTC 2003
The best solution to your "Catch-22" problem would be to first
download all updates and then do the updating.
To do this, try in a workspace:
Utilities readServerUpdatesSaveLocally: true updateImage: false.
I use this scheme all the time to make better use of my (expensive)
dial-up connection by not wasting online-time with filing in.
And it helps me avoid multiple downloads of the same files when i'm
working with many images.
David Faught <dave_faught at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have been successfully using the changeset referred to below in order
> to get through the firewall at work with the proper authentication. If
> I try to upgrade to 3.4, apparently there is a collision between this
> changeset and 5016u27-xTPfixes-hg and I can only get about 31 of the
> fixes put on before I permanently lose the firewall
> I can't be the only person that has to authenticate to a firewall.
> Maybe this proxy/authentication fix could be incorporated into the
> xTPfixes instead of remaining rogue? Or is there something in the
> xTPfixes that addresses this that I am missing?
> Or maybe this is addressed in a later fix in the stream for 3.4 and I
> am running into a Catch-22 situation with the order that the fixes are
> Thanks for any help you can provide.
> On Oct. 15, 2002, Joern Eyrich wrote:
> >Hi David,
> >file in the attached change set. Then evaluate
> > HTTPSocket clearProxyUserPassword.
> > HTTPSocket proxyUser: 'myUserID' password: 'myPassword'.
> >BEWARE: Your password will be easy to get at in the image until you
> >clear it.
> >I got this from http://minnow.cc.gatech.edu/squeak/23
> >You might like to browse around this swiki a little for other useful
> >> Thanks, this is helpful, but doesn't quite solve the
> >> problem. Now I get directed to the firewall, but
> >> never get prompted for a userid/password for
> >> authentication. The firewall quickly gives me back
> >> the message:
> >> Invalid Login Notification
> >> -------------------------
> >> Your Attempted Login Is Invalid For At Least One Of
> >> The Following Reasons:
> >> Incorrect Password
> >> Incorrect User Name
> >>>Try using:
> >>>HTTPSocket useProxyServerNamed: 'yourproxy.yourdomain.com' port: 80.
> >>>You need to type this into a workspace, substituting
> >>>your correct proxy
> >>>server name between the single quotes, and your
> >>>correct port number.
> >>>Then select to highlight the text and "Do It" to
> >>>execute it.
> >>>Don't forget to save the image after you do this, or
> >>>you will have to do
> >>>this each time you come into Squeak.
> >>>Steve Gilbert
> > HTTP-proxy-Mar02.cs.gz
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