[GeoNode-users] How to install Geonode behind an authenticating proxy

gis.geonenth gis.geonenth at laposte.net
Fri Apr 9 00:17:25 PDT 2021

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<p>I'm trying to install Geonode 3.2 with the advanced tutorial:</p>

<p><a href="https://docs.geonode.org/en/master/install/advanced/index.html" rel="nofollow">https://docs.geonode.org/en/master/install/advanced/index.html</a></p>

<p>First, I tried it on a PC with direct Internet connexion: worked fine.</p>

<p>Then, I had to install it on a business server behind an authenticating proxy.<br>
The OS is Ubuntu 20.04, as required.<br>
I put the right values in the env variables $http_proxy and $https_proxy and checked them.</p>

<p>Note: I didn't use the ppa:ubuntugis-unstable repository because the install doesn't work with it. And a post in the forum recommanded not to use it, as the stable repository now works fine with the tutorial.</p>

<p>Some proxy issues appeared, but I was able to resolve them.</p>

<p>At the "paver setup" step, I encountered a problem:</p>

<p>In dev_config.yml, the "GEOSERVER_URL" and "DATA_DIR_URL" variables point to dropbox, which is blacklisted by the proxy (maven and sourceforge are accepted, though).</p>

<p>It doesn't seem possible to put dropbox in the proxy whitelist, so I'd like to know if:</p>

	<li>somebody installed successfully Geonode behind an authenticating proxy</li>
	<li>there is some kind of way to install Geonode 3.2 offline.</li>

<p>Thanks to you.</p>

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