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yum.conf allows you to have per-repository settings as well as global ([main]) settings, so either: unset the global proxy setting and have a proxy setting for each of your external repositories. or have a global default proxy setting, but set proxy=_none_ for your local repositories. See man yum.conf for more details. For wget, you can use the ...


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You can do this in two separate steps: Install the package with dpkg. sudo dpkg -i packagename.deb That created missing dependencies. apt-get can fix missing dependencies automatically. sudo apt-get -f install That should also automatically finish configuring the original package. (So you will not likely need to run sudo dpkg --configure -a yourself.) ...


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You can edit /etc/apt/sources.list manually. Find any lines contains ubuntu.security.com and replace it with your mirror. Note: it requires root privilege to edit that file



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