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    using linux to connect to a proxy

    How can I use linux to connect to a proxy server? Will I still be able to connect to one, even though I already connect to the internet through a linksys router?
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    You should be able to set Netscape up to go through a proxy... If you mean setting it up so that *everything* connects through a router and then through a proxy I don't know... My Linux box doesnt have net access except through a proxy server on my Windows (XP) box so I can't really mess around with this kind of stuff without having to buy a real modem and stuff... and real modems are bloody hard to find nowadays... all these winmodems are starting to irritate me!
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    Thanks...but I'm one of those command line guys
    WinModems suck. Most NICs(maybe all) are linux compatible though.
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