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CentOS 7 socks proxy #23931
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Try to search for an image (CentOS)
There is an spurious "http" in front of "socks" protocol. Like it was parsing for "http" and it doesn't find so it assumes that no protocol was specified. I read about this is solved for Ubuntu, but it seems that it's still open for CentOS.
I can use "yum" so I think the proxy is working.
I would like to use something like this:
$ HTTP_PROXY=socks5://localhost:5000 docker info
A see post mentioning that using socks as http proxy is implemented
On 6 July 2016 at 21:32, Brian Goff firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
No. It didn't help.
[crayadm@esdm002 ~]$ docker -H socks5://localhost:1080 docker info
All, please try 1.12.0-rc4 to see if this works.
I have this working locally just fine with
You do not want to attempt to contact the Docker daemon at the SOCKS proxy's address, you want to route the Docker client request through the SOCKS proxy. You must use the idiomatic UNIX environment variables to do this, e.g.
Note that in order for this to work there must be a connectable port listening on the other end, e.g.
Thanks all, I think this issue can be closed @cpuguy83 .
EDIT: I had a typo, very importantly,