On Tue, May 09, 2000 at 03:14:57PM +0100, Mark Fallon wrote:
>> I have been playing with creating some mp3s so that i do not
> have to tie up my CD drive on my work machine. Now I have
> been using Grip (one of the packages from Helix Gnome) but similar
> functionality is available in gtcd. Both try to get the Track listings
> from cddb or the freecddb site.
>> On my machine at home when I do a straight connection they work fine.
> At work I have to make a connection through the http proxy. This however
> never seems to work. I have checked the proxy environment variable by
> lynx. Has anybody else got these working using a http connection.
>> Either one of two things happen, I get nothing or the machine appears
> to become heavily loaded.
It seems to work perfectly for me. I'm running the CDDB lookup through a
http proxy, which then feeds into another upstream proxy, and I've never
had any trouble.
Using Grip 2.93 built from source.
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