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    Talking Re: Configuring CNTLM to Authenticate Against Corporate Firewall

    Thank you so much!

    I'm using this on a mac right now to make apps that do not support authenticating proxies work! I'm planning to do the same on my linux. Till today I was at my wits end trying to use squid for this since I'm behind a HTTPS proxy that uses basic auth which CNTLM does not support and facing slow speeds and irritating config issues.

    PS: Can you please also upload a patch with your modifications so that even if you are unable to maintain this in the future, we can easily make this work with newer versions of CNTLM?

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    Thanks work like a charm on fedora!

    The only thing i dont know is how to start it automatically.

    Good job!

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    Re: Configuring CNTLM to Authenticate Against Corporate Firewall

    Quote Originally Posted by SudarshanS View Post
    Thank you so much!
    PS: Can you please also upload a patch with your modifications so that even if you are unable to maintain this in the future, we can easily make this work with newer versions of CNTLM?
    Hi,

    I had submitted a patch to the developer of CNTLM when it was 0.35. He came back saying that he didn't want such a functionality in his implementation. I will try submitting the new patch again. Lets see if it gets incorporated upstream.

    Cheers, Naresh
    http://www.naresh.se/

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    Re: Configuring CNTLM to Authenticate Against Corporate Firewall

    Quote Originally Posted by Princedhampir View Post
    Thanks work like a charm on fedora!

    The only thing i dont know is how to start it automatically.

    Good job!
    Put the command in /etc/rc.d/init.d and it will boot up automatically. Do tell me if it works in Fedora.

    Cheers, Naresh
    http://www.naresh.se/

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