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git access behind http proxy

I shouldn't have to do this shit..

  1. Install corkscrew

  2. Setup corkscrew auth file

     echo your_proxy_username:your_proxy_password > ~/.corkscrew_auth
  3. Add to ~/.ssh/config

     Host gitproxy
         User git
         Port 443
         ProxyCommand /usr/local/bin/corkscrew dnzwgpx2 80 %h %p ~/.corkscrew_auth
         IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa
  4. Add to .git/config for your git repo

     [remote "originpx"]
         url = ssh://gitproxy/your_username/your_repo.git
         fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
  5. You should be able to now do this:

     git clone git@gitproxy:your_username/your_repo.git

Thanks to for the inspiration

cyb commented Apr 15, 2013

It's helped me. Thank you, Glen!

droope commented Apr 17, 2013

Glen always saving the day

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