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  • Getting git ati & Mesa through firewall

    Hi!
    I'm currently in a situation where I can only use the net at work, and firewall seems to forbid SVN or GIT downloads on variable ports. However, I can use SVN on specific ports (like 443 for the KDE svn).
    Is there any way to do that with the xorg repository to get xf86-driver-ati and Mesa?

  • #2
    Originally posted by rvdboom View Post
    Hi!
    I'm currently in a situation where I can only use the net at work, and firewall seems to forbid SVN or GIT downloads on variable ports. However, I can use SVN on specific ports (like 443 for the KDE svn).
    Is there any way to do that with the xorg repository to get xf86-driver-ati and Mesa?
    add a new rule in the firewall that allows the svn and git ports inbound and outbound. which are tcp 9418 for git and tcp 3690 for svn.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by givemesugarr View Post
      add a new rule in the firewall that allows the svn and git ports inbound and outbound. which are tcp 9418 for git and tcp 3690 for svn.
      And if he can't open and close ports on the firewall at will?

      Most likely it's a company firewall to prevent access to anything but :80 and :443.

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      • #4
        Install curl and use http instead of git.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Kano View Post
          Install curl and use http instead of git.
          it could be interesting if you could write how to configure curl to be used instead of git.
          is this possible also with svn and cvs?!

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