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i type  "kdesu proxy"
an there are a few options, among those
Use system proxy settings? what does it mean?
Is not that a proxy setting by itself?

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Nusrat
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system proxy setting is environment variables like http_proxy
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yes, you can set your proxy by using something like this :
export http_proxy=http://10.10.10.100:3129
remember that it is a "per user" setting, if you are going to use this under GNOME / KDE
you could set this export line in /home/user/.bashrc

good luck
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