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Old Unix and Linux 05-12-2013   -   Original Discussion by mhahe
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/etc/profile and cntlm question

I'm working behind a windows proxy server which requires ntlm. I configured cntlm and it works great as long as i manually run it as root. I tried putting it in /etc/profile and it doesn't run. any thoughts on how to make it run on system boot? thanks in advance, regards.
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