Am Dienstag, 22. Februar 2011 schrieb Kristopher Gamrat: > On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 10:11 PM, Mag. Dr. Nikolaus Klepp > > <office@...> wrote: > > Is there a way to get konqueror to work with a SOCKS proxy? > > > > I do this: > > > > $ ssh -D 12345 user@remote > > > > Iceweasel works fine when I set the proxy to SOCKS localhost:12345. > > > > now I'd like konqeror to use that SOCKS4/5 server on localhost. But > > whatever I check on the SOCKS tab, I get an error message. I tried > > tsocks, but konqueror still connects directly to the net. > > > > Does anybody have an idea? > > I don't have any TDE/KDE3 installations in front of me (and it's been > awhile), and I've never done any proxying or ssh tunnels, so I don't > know if you can do this, but is it possible to set it up as a regular > proxy without SOCKS? I think you may just need to enter your port > (without localhost), or enter your localhost user name and password > that you did the ssh from (e.g. the user that executed ssh, not the > user being connected to, though you can always try the user being > ssh'ed to). A regular proxy like privoxy works, but not SOCKS. The problem with the normal settings is that DNS is resolved localy (where they don't work), while anything else is tunneled through the proxy. This is a problem with TOR, too, which uses a combination of privoxy and SOCKS where konqueror leaks DNS to the local network.