I installed libcurl which has nice proxy arguments and
everything is working well - it took me a while to
figure out that our proxy server is actually a proxy
proxy server (automatic proxy). What a waste of a
couple of hours. Still at least I'll know in future.
--- Gavin McCullagh <gavin at fiachra.ucd.ie> wrote:
>> If I understand correctly you probably want to
> recompile php with
> libcurl. So php can go and get urls (with or
> without proxy), right?
>> On Tue, 02 Jul 2002, Michael Turley wrote:
>> > Someone asked me to use implement one of those
> > php stock quote grabber scripts as a 2 minute
> > project. Unfortunately I cannot figure how to get
> > (with apache) to use our http proxy. I've been
> > at ProxyRemote in httpd.conf but it doesn't seem
> > work (I'm a bit worried about turning my web
> > into a proxy server by accident as well). From
> > looking at php_info() my no_proxy env var =
> > I've set up apache Tomcat to do something very
> > (with Jetspeed) but can't find the equivalent
> > operation for apache httpd. Any ideas?
Mr. Michael Turley
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