apt-getting from behind a proxy
I'm fairly new at Debian, and GNU/Linux in general, so please: no flaming ;)
I've got a winmodem (oh, the agony), and two computers forming a network. The computer with the modem has a windows installation access to the Internet. It's also got this neat little program called AnalogX Proxy, which isn't really a proxy, but acts like one.
This allows me to surf on two computers at once, at least if both of them are on Windows.
The problem is: I want to upgrade my Slink&a-half version of Debian to Woody, using apt-get. But I don't know how to make apt-get use my proxy-computer. (Does this make any sence at all?)
The networkcard is working OK under Debian, I can ping the other comp. but pinging anything outside the network is 100% failure.
Does anyone know what to do?