OpenVPN has the ability to act like a HTTP Reverse Proxy Server. This feature is called port sharing. Means if OpenVPN detects non VPN traffic it proxy the connection to an specific host and port.
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if you use the new Atom Editor from Github and want to use the integrated installer for packages and themes behind a proxy server you have to configure the .apmrc file.
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to define a system wide HTTP proxy edit /etc/environment with your favourite text editor and insert the following lines
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short post today. It is possible to anonymously checkout the latest version of a project over a http and a http proxy server. The only requierment is that the SVN respository must be available via http.
To define a proxy server open /etc/subversion/servers, locate the [global] section and add/edit the following properties:
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this post describes how to setup a reverse proxy for a host. All http requests to host reverseproxy.domain.org should deliver the content of www.domain.org at Port 8080.
First you have to enable the requiered modules in httpd.conf
LoadModule proxy_module modules/mod_proxy.so
LoadModule proxy_http_module modules/mod_proxy_http.so
Then insert a virtual host directive:
ProxyPass / http://www.domain.org:8080/
ProxyPassReverse / http://www.domain.org:8080/