How to Set a Proxy in Konqueror

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Configure Konqueror to use a proxy server if your home or work network requires it.

Konqueror is a web browser for Linux- and Unix-based computers running the KDE desktop environment. Like most web browsers, Konqueror can operate through a proxy server, making it an appropriate web browser for businesses that require their users to access the web through a proxy or firewall for security purposes. Set a proxy server in Konqueror to browse the web through a business or home network that requires users to connect through a proxy or firewall.

Instructions

    • 1

      Launch Konqueror. Click the "Settings" menu at the top of the window, then click "Configure Konqueror."

    • 2

      Click the "Proxy" category on the left side of the window, under "Web Browsing."

    • 3

      Select a radio button to specify how the proxy server is configured on your network. If the proxy is capable of automatic detection or configuration, use the second or third radio button respectively; enter the URL for your network's automatic proxy configuration script and click "OK." Otherwise, select the radio button labeled "Manually specify the proxy settings," then click the "Setup" button.

    • 4

      Enter the IP address of your proxy server (e.g. 192.168.100.1) in the box labeled "HTTP." Place a check in the box labeled "Use the same proxy server for all protocols," unless your network uses a different proxy server address for secure HTTP and FTP (which is not common). Change the port number if your proxy server uses a port other than the default, which is 8080.

    • 5

      Click "OK" in each open window to save your settings and begin browsing the Web through the proxy server.

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