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Re: Connecting to the exterior network is impossible `directly'

But I have credentials! So that might be simple if I get a way to share
the credentials with other programs.

Michal wrote:
> On 02/07/2010 10:27, Merciadri Luca wrote:
>> No. That's not at all a proxy. Once you power on the computer, and that
>> you want to use Internet, say by Firefox, you are directly redirected to
>> a webpage which asks you your university login&  your university
>> password. Once you have entered this stuff, you are logged on the
>> network, and everything is okay. That's a little bit like ADSL where you
>> need to type credentials before using the Internet (at the opposite of
>> the cable).
>> :-(
>> Thanks.
> ...so you can only use a browser then? You can't use other
> applications? This sounds like the sort of system they have a hotels
> and such like...but there are ways to get around these...one way was
> even put in a Linux magazine a few weeks ago. Have a search around

Merciadri Luca
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