Thanx, I appreciate your reply...this did work..
Opera is basically a browser which i am using sometimes instead of IE or FF.
The funny thing is that they included a bittorrent client built-in in the
new version of the browser, but did not bother to include support for socks
proxies like any other decent browser...!!!
Another question please, there is this website which I visit from time to
time, and we are not allowed to use proxies…now when I use socks proxy in IE
nobody is able to tell if it was direct connection or through a proxy…I made
this conclusion by visiting www.whatismyip.us where they check for the proxy
used, and they were not able to identify the proxy that I am using…
Now when I use the command that you suggested last time, the site was able
to say what version of delegate I am using…so it seems this info is handled
by the software that uses the proxy not the proxy itself…
Is there any way where I can eliminate such info about the proxy??
Thanx in advance,
On 12/2/06, Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 12/01/06(19:39) you "Mat Moot" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
> in <_A3585@delegate-en.ML_> (nntp://127.0.0.1:7119/~/Mail/drafts/11047):
> |As you may know Opera does not support socks proxies, so the only way for
> |to do that was either through using sockscap or something similar (which
> |causes some problems to my system) or maybe (and correct me if I am
> |through creating two delegate instances (http, and socks) and forward all
> |the data that reaches the http to the