Git set Proxy in Linux





Once you have obtained the proxy settings (server URL, port, username and password); you need to configure your git as follows:

$ git config --global http.proxy http://:@:
You would need to replace , , , with the values specific to your proxy server credentials. These fields are optional. For instance, your proxy server might not even require and , or that it might be running on port 80 (in which case is not required).

Once you have set these, your git pull, git push or even git fetch would work properly


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2 comments:

Deepika said...

Thanks for sharing such a nice information, really help-full information. Keep Updating.

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Unknown said...

Helpful topic to try! I have learned the things perfectly. I am going to try it. Anyway, I am a user of rotating residential proxies. It helps me a lot to do my task with privacy. Thank you so much.

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