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Bug#230798: marked as done (apt ignores proxy port setting on RH Fedora 1)

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Package: <apt>
Version: <apt-0.5.5cnc6-2.fr.i386.rpm>

APT seems to be ignoring the configured port for the http proxy when used
with RedHat Fedora 1. Instead it always uses the squid port 3128.

I have edited apt.config to set APT to use a proxy server on port 80. Here
is a section of the edited apt.config file.

Acquire {
    Retries "0";
    Http {

APT seems to ignore the port 80 setting and connect to the squid port
Here is the TCPDUMP output:

10:54:42.209997 desktop.domain.com.1894 > firewall.domain.com.squid: S
2128692852:2128692852(0) win 5840 <mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 148139790
0,nop,wscale 0> (DF)

No proxy related environment variables were set. APT worked properly on
earlier versions of RedHat, the problem seems to be new to the Fedora 1

Don Greer

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Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 16:41:52 -0800
From: Matt Zimmerman <mdz@debian.org>
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Subject: Re: Bug#230798: apt ignores proxy port setting on RH Fedora 1
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This bug was reported to the Debian bug tracking system, while it probably
should have gone to Fedora.

At any rate, I cannot reproduce this behaviour with Debian apt.  Are you
certain that you don't have the http_proxy environment variable set, or
could you be overriding this proxy setting elsewhere in the configuration
file?  It seems unlikely that any version of apt is forcing port 3128.

 - mdz

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