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Use socks proxy for commands in terminal

I connect to a remote ssh server by running this command: ssh -D 12345 bob@myserver.com This creates a socks proxy that I can use with Firefox to bypass censorship in my country. However, I can't ...
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SSH over Socks proxy without username or password

I have a list of SOCKS proxy servers from this site. I've read about creating a dynamic tunnels with ssh -D and to be honest i've tried that already. Unfortunately for some reason I cannot connect to ...
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VPN like solution for SSH Tunneling?

Socksify like program for Fedora? Socksify, tsocks, proxycommand in ssh, they're great softwares/solutions that can be used to "constrain" given apps to use a SOCKS5 proxy (what was created with an ...
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system wide SOCKS5 Proxy

I connect to my Server on the internet using ssh -D 3128 user@rootserver.com. If I am right I thereby open a SOCKS v5 Proxy to my Server. Using firefox and FoxyProxy I can now add this to my proxys ...
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how do I use rtorrent with a socks5 proxy?

How do I get rtorrent to use a socks5 proxy? I've tried to get socks5 to work with rtorrent, but it doesn't seem to have any impact. Setup the socks5 proxy on port 9800: ssh -ND 9800 user@otherhost ...
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Run SSH over a SOCKS proxy?

I need VPN-like behavior locally, without using a VPN. I've created a SOCKS proxy to a given server which is reachable from the WAN, and I want all of my traffic forwarded through that proxy so I ...
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Debian CLI torrent program through VPN

Has anyone successfully set up a CLI-only (no web UI's!) torrent client that can tunnel all of its traffic through a VPN? (Either by sending all traffic through a particular interface or a SOCKS proxy)...
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run a local SOCKS proxy tunneled through SSH

I was going through this post and couldn't quiet follow what is being implied there. A great "feature" I use every day at work: The ability to have SSH listen on port 443 so I can create a ...
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Socksify like program for Fedora?

I need a program that allows me to pass an application through a socks server, even if the program does not have native socks support. Under Ubuntu I can use socksify for this. What can I use under ...