yum update behind NTLM proxyPosted: August 13, 2010
Please see here for the software to download for this to work and an outline of how to configure the software.
To get yum to work from behind a proxy, set up cntlm and then follwo the instructions.
you need to make sure that cntlm is started.
Then edit the yum.conf file
Add the following line into the file, it is assumed that you used port 8000 when you set up cntlm in this example
For FTP and HTTS I think the lines would be
This has not been tested but I think will work.
When running yum you may get another error
GPG key retrieval failed: [Errno 4] IOError: <urlopen error (111, ‘Connection refused’)>
I found the soultion here
If the link is unavailable
vi /etc/yum.repos.d/CentOS-Base.repo or what ever flavour of Linux you have
Change the gpgcheck=1 lines to read gpgcheck=0
This seems to fix it.