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    Phoronix Test Suite 4.8.3 is now available that should fix the SSL proxy issue: http://www.phoronix-test-suite.com/?k=downloads

    Let me know if any other issues are encountered.

    Thanks,
    Michael

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    Default No success with 4.8.3

    Hi, for me this still does not work. I am sitting behind a sometimes quite tricky proxy solution where I do not even have DNS resolution for outside servers.

    I am using ubuntu 12.04 (fresh install), phoronix deb, have my http_proxy set to something like http://proxy:8080, also https_proxy=http://proxy:8080.

    I can use wget and apt-get without any problems.

    I also tried the export NO_OPENSSL=1

    What EXACTLY do I have to put into the fields when I run the network setup? just "proxy" or "http://proxy" or maybe something different?

    Is there a chance for a solution?

    Thanks for your support,
    Alexander

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcsuelli View Post
    Hi, for me this still does not work. I am sitting behind a sometimes quite tricky proxy solution where I do not even have DNS resolution for outside servers.

    I am using ubuntu 12.04 (fresh install), phoronix deb, have my http_proxy set to something like http://proxy:8080, also https_proxy=http://proxy:8080.

    I can use wget and apt-get without any problems.

    I also tried the export NO_OPENSSL=1

    What EXACTLY do I have to put into the fields when I run the network setup? just "proxy" or "http://proxy" or maybe something different?

    Is there a chance for a solution?

    Thanks for your support,
    Alexander
    Try not adding the "http://" to the proxy field. If that still doesn't work otherwise I would suggest tinkering around with the php.ini file on your system as there might be some global proxy settings there.

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    Default Still problems...

    I do also run Ubuntu 12.04 LTS behind proxy and has had terrible problems to reach out to the internet.
    My version: Phoronix Test Suite v5.0.0 (Plavsk).

    The only way I have succeded to get Phoronix Test Suite working was to
    export NO_OPENSSL=1
    as described above.

    BR, David

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    Quote Originally Posted by dengdal View Post
    I do also run Ubuntu 12.04 LTS behind proxy and has had terrible problems to reach out to the internet.
    My version: Phoronix Test Suite v5.0.0 (Plavsk).

    The only way I have succeded to get Phoronix Test Suite working was to
    export NO_OPENSSL=1
    as described above.

    BR, David
    Did you configure your proxy settings with the network-setup command or how?

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    When clients do not use HTTPS, it is enough for the proxy operator to setup some iptables rules (in the nat table):

    -A OUTPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-ports 8080

    and the proxy would function seamlessly without the need to configure anything in the clients.

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    With PTS 5.0.1 we will disable the HTTPS OpenBenchmarking.org communication by default.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Did you configure your proxy settings with the network-setup command or how?
    I set proxys in my .bashrc both for http and https, and this works fine for all other applications i have run.
    I have also tried the network-setup command without success.

    /David

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    Quote Originally Posted by dengdal View Post
    I set proxys in my .bashrc both for http and https, and this works fine for all other applications i have run.
    I have also tried the network-setup command without success.

    /David
    PTS 5.0.1 has been released and it will disable HTTPS by default - http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...tem&px=MTY1MjA

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