Post by Zdenek Wagner
There is nothing in the squid log at all which means that the installer
have not tried at all.
What should I try to help you diagnose the problem?
Check which downloader is used by using -v, should be LWP.
Then you need to tell LWP to use the proxy, see man LWP:
The following environment variables are used by LWP:
The LWP::MediaTypes functions will look for the .media.types and .mime.types files relative to you home directory.
These environment variables can be set to enable communication through a proxy server. See the description of the
"env_proxy" method in LWP::UserAgent.
If set to a TRUE value, then the LWP::UserAgent will by default call "env_proxy" during initialization. This makes LWP
honor the proxy variables described above.
The default "verify_hostname" setting for LWP::UserAgent. If not set the default will be 1. Set it as 0 to disable
hostname verification (the default prior to libwww-perl 5.840.
The file and/or directory where the trusted Certificate Authority certificates is located. See LWP::UserAgent for
Used to decide what URI objects to instantiate. The default is URI. You might want to set it to URI::URL for
compatibility with old times.
I faintly remember that we documented this somewhere, but that could be
improved I guess.
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