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Re: gwget and tor?

     On Thu, 27 May 2010 12:49:26 -0600 Jim <Jimmymac@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>Scott Bennett wrote:
>>      On Wed, 26 May 2010 09:40:29 -0400 "Aplin, Justin M" <jmaplin@xxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>>> I don't know about gwget, but plain wget supports http proxies, which 
>>> you can point at Polipo. If you're only going to need to do this every 
>>> once in a while, I'd pop open a terminal and do the following:
>>> export HTTP_PROXY && export HTTPS_PROXY && export FTP_PROXY
>>> wget your://url.to/download.here
>>      Once again, I strongly recommend that you set the *_proxy environment
>> variables to full URLs rather than to the abbreviated forms you've shown
>> above.  See fetch(3) in the man pages for details.
>Hi Scott,
>This is the second time I've seen you reference the fetch(3) man page,
>so I thought maybe I should post.  I believe you run one of the BSDs.
>Just FYI, I cannot find a fetch man page on my Linux systems.  I know
>that several years ago when I was proxying Lynx I looked up this
>information /somewhere/.  I thought it was in some man page but I cannot
>find it now.  Maybe I pulled the info off the web? <scratches head>

                                  Scott Bennett, Comm. ASMELG, CFIAG
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