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Thread: Failed to Fetch Openbenchmaking.org Repository

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    Default Failed to Fetch Openbenchmaking.org Repository

    Hi everyone, im quite new to the use of the benchmark available, though i have been able to install all the right dependencies and my network set up shows that is "sucessful", but i have not been able to connect to the repository to download tests. My internet is working file, i have also gone into the php.ini file to change the settings to "On" for allow_*****, please can anyone help me on how to get this issues resolved. Im using an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS system

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    Are you using a proxy by chance? Does openbenchmarking.org resolve from your browser?

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    Im using proxy and the site resolves on my system

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    Quote Originally Posted by deetu View Post
    Im using proxy and the site resolves on my system
    Have you tried playing with the proxy options either in php.ini or the ~/.phoronix-test-suite/user-config.xml or the phoronix-test-suite network-setup command?

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    Yes, "Proxy Setup Completed; Storing Network Setting", really finding it hard to know where the problem could be

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    Quote Originally Posted by deetu View Post
    Yes, "Proxy Setup Completed; Storing Network Setting", really finding it hard to know where the problem could be
    Not sure then besides playing around with the proxy settings to see. I don't have any proxy setups myself so most of my testing and development of that feature is based on user feedback / patches.

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    thanks, i will keep digging, is there anyway to get in touch with a developer, i think they might know better

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    Quote Originally Posted by deetu View Post
    thanks, i will keep digging, is there anyway to get in touch with a developer, i think they might know better
    I am the lead developer.

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    whaoo, so what else can be the problem, thanks again, i will keep trying hopefully the solution can also help others in the future

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    Quote Originally Posted by deetu View Post
    whaoo, so what else can be the problem, thanks again, i will keep trying hopefully the solution can also help others in the future
    Well, first of all, what version are you running? Make sure it's the latest PTS 4.8. A few releases ago I changed an HTTP/HTTPS fix for proxies that might affect you if you're running a really old release.

    Otherwise if you are running the latest version, tinkering inside pts-core/objects/pts_network.php for the lines mentioning self::$network_proxy, would be my only other recommendation as within PTS there's only those few proxy-related lines where I've done anything to do with network proxy support.

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