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If you try that, you will notice that the program (apt-get) can’t connect to the WAN (World Area Network) and fails.
If you don’t want to login as root ($ sudo -i) every time you need to use the http_proxy variable in “super user mode”, you can simply add the following line to the “/etc/sudoers” file: We “keep” the variables “http_proxy” and “ftp_proxy” because we want to export only this two to the “sudo” environment.
If you want, you can only export “http_proxy” or add another one.
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