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September 15, 2017 AT 12:00 pm

Using a Proxy with your Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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From Jon Witts’ Blog:

This is the steps we have followed so that we can get our school Raspberry Pi computers to run behind our school proxy without too many issues:

  1. Configure an apt-cacher NG server to handle your apt-get updates – See this post for more details
  2. Whitelist the Python PIP domains and use the –proxy:server:port configuration when installing with PIP – See this post for more details
  3. Open UDP port 123 and TCP port 9418 for the IP range of your devices on the school firewall so that they can use GIT and NTP without issue
  4. Create a new desktop launcher for Chromium so that it auto-detects your school network proxy (this is assuming you are pushing your proxy servers .pac file out via DHCP and/or DNS!) – The guide for this part is detailed below…

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