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gnome-network-preferences(1)		  User Commands 	     gnome-network-preferences(1)

       gnome-network-preferences - configure GNOME network proxy

       gnome-network-preferences [gnome-std-options]

       The  GNOME network proxy preference tool enables you to configure how your system connects
       to networks.  You can configure the desktop to connect to a proxy server, and specify  the
       details	of  the  proxy	server.  A  proxy  server is a server that intercepts requests to
       another server, and fulfills the request itself, if it can.  You can enter the Domain Name
       Service (DNS) name or the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the proxy server.

       The following options are supported:

       gnome-std-options       Standard  options  available for use with most GNOME applications.
			       See gnome-std-options(5).

       Example 1: Launching the gnome-network-preferences tool

       example% gnome-network-preferences

       The following exit values are returned:

       0	Application exited successfully

       >0	Application exited with failure

       The following files are used by this application:


	   Executable for gnome-network-preferences

       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       |      ATTRIBUTE TYPE	     |	    ATTRIBUTE VALUE	   |
       |Availability		     |SUNWgnome-desktop-prefs	   |
       |Interface stability	     |Volatile			   |

       Preference Tools Manual

       Latest version of the GNOME Desktop User Guide for your platform.

       gnome-control-center(1) attributes(5), gnome-std-options(5)

       Written by Glynn Foster, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2003, 2006, 2007.

SunOS 5.11				   09 Nov 2007		     gnome-network-preferences(1)
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