How do I connect to a proxy with a username and password?

How do I set a proxy on Chrome?

I'm using Chrome on Linux, and need to use a proxy server, or configure the system's proxy settings, in order to use it.

For this, I've found this guide: But there is no "Advanced." option on chrome://settings in Chromium, while it's clearly present in Firefox, and it looks like that option isn't present in the new stable version (v22).

Is there a way to set a proxy for Chrome on Linux? I've tried using dconf (via dconf-editor), but the only way I managed to set a proxy was manually editing some files in the home directory: /etc/hosts. /etc/resolv.conf /etc/environment. /etc/profile. It would be nice if I could just open a URL like this: chrome://settings/proxy. Edit. To add a proxy to your settings, you can open chrome://settings/ in a new tab. This lets you modify the settings immediately.

You can also use the new Chrome browser flag --proxy-pac-url= to have it automatically detected and set as the default.

How do I change my Chrome proxy?

I've been using the Google proxy for a couple years now and love it.

But when I tried to sign into my work email I got an "Unexpected proxy server redirect." error.

So I've set up SystemPrefs->Advanced->Network and made sure I have a proxy setup there. Chrome is still throwing the error, so I think its something in chrome itself that's not right. My network connections are all good. Any ideas? The problem was solved by logging into Chrome (Ctrl-Shift-N) and then disabling proxy settings. Turning the proxy on again brought it back.

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