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GNU Linux Error: No supported proxies

A topic by Muto created Aug 14, 2017 Views: 363 Replies: 5
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One day I tried to start my Itch desktop app, but the login failed, providing the error:

    at ClientRequest.req.on (/usr/lib/itch/resources/app.asar/appsrc/util/net.ts:118:14)
    at emitOne (events.js:96:13)
    at ClientRequest.emit (events.js:188:7)
    at URLRequest._emitRequestEvent (/usr/lib/itch/resources/electron.asar/browser/api/net.js:89:32)

At first I thought it was my VPN service, but even after disabling it I still get the error.

I'm ashamed to say I have no idea what all this means, I just want to be able to log in, is all.

(Ubuntu GNU Linux, 64-bit, GNOME 3, hope this helps, and I hope someone can help)


Well, I've never seen this one before.

Can you copy-paste the output of `env | grep -i proxy` ? (Just run it in gnome-terminal, select, Ctrl+Shift+C to copy, paste it here)


Hm, actually I got absolutely nothing back from that command.

Also I tried starting Itch again today & it works, so that's nice. Although I wish the solution to this problem was clear, it's okay though. Thanks anyway, Amos!!


That one shall remain a mystery for now. Happy you got it working :)

Thats the same error at my first try to start the Desktop app. (Arch Linux - 64 bit Gnome 3.24.2)

The output of 'env | grep -i proxy' gave me exactly my working proxy-settings. 
It is an Auth-proxy like:


Do you know what software powers your proxy? I'd love to try and reproduce that issue.