Put a "http://" at the start
On Thu, May 10, 2001 at 03:37:48PM +0100, Kenn Humborg wrote:
>> Anyone using the http_proxy variable with lynx?
>> When I do:
>> $ export http_proxy=wwwproxy:3128
> $ lynx http://www.linux.ie> Alert!: Unable to access document.
>>> Can't Access `http://www.linux.ie/'> Alert!: Unable to access document.
>> lynx: Can't access startfile
>> If I do:
>> $ unset http_proxy
> $ lynx http://www.linux.ie>> it works fine. wwwproxy is a CNAME for the machine running
> my squid, which listens on port 3128. Setting http_proxy
> like this works fine for wget.
>> It fails on lynx-2.8.3-2 on RH6.2 and lynx-2.8.4-3 on RH7.0.
>> Setting http_proxy to the FQDN doesn't help. Squid logs
> don't show any activity.
>> Any ideas?
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