🔥 Linux Proxy How To Guide [2022 Updated]
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Publishing Date: June 17, 2022

How To Use Proxies With Linux

Linux is an open-source operating system that’s based on the Linux kernel and was first released by Linus Torvalds. It directly manages your system’s hardware and resources like CPU or memory which makes it a perfect choice for all types of servers including web servers, database servers, and many more.

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Linux is an open-source operating system that’s based on the Linux kernel and was first released by Linus Torvalds. It directly manages your system’s hardware and resources like CPU or memory which makes it a perfect choice for all types of servers including web servers, database servers, and many more.

If you want to optimize your use of Linux, then you need to utilize a Linux proxy. It will help you avoid any blocks and bans if you want to do advanced tasks like web scraping or bot automation. By utilizing residential proxies and through continuously rotating proxies, your bot would effectively deceive any website into thinking that its requests are from a genuine user.

A Linux proxy will also help you if you want to fully protect your online identity and give you total anonymity when surfing the web because it will hide your IP address from any website you visit. It also lets you gain access to geo-restricted content no matter where you are in the world.

You can also use a Linux proxy to connect to a faster and stronger internet connection. Through that proxy network, you won’t experience buffering when surfing the web anymore and have any in-game lag when playing an online game.

Let’s set up a Linux proxy server.

How To Use Proxies With Linux

Step 1. Open your Application Launcher and search for “Settings”. Step 2. Click on the Settings icon.

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Step 3. Click on Network.

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Step 4. Turn on the Network Proxy button.

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Step 5. Now, input your proxy server’s hostname or IP address with the corresponding port number.

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You can now close the window and it will automatically save your settings.

Congratulations! You have now finished configuring your Linux proxy server. Note that the first time you visit any website, there will be a pop up asking for your login credentials.