apt-get raspberry pi not working [Solved]

Greetings all

note: I found a similarly titled forum post but this didn’t really help me.

I am trying to run sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev on my raspberry pi but it cannot find the mirror (requires proxy authentication).
(Does not work with sudo apt-get update either!)
I have configured Cntlm setting etc etc and can access websites using Chromium.

I need the curl/curl.h in particular because I want to write C code which can automatically push variables to the net via url. It is important that my Pi works (through the proxy) on campus at all times since it will be installed in vending machines.

I suppose my main question is this: I would like to use the local mirror, do files exist on the mirror for the raspberry pi?

When initially started I had to do all my apt-get ‘s from my home connection (no proxy). I really don’t want to have to get rid of all the cntlm settings and take my pi home every time i need to apt-get.

obviously I cant do sudo apt-get install synaptic either.

Thanks in advance for your response!

Edit: Fix: Do not use special characters for UCT password.

Can you access websites with

Can you access websites with wget and sudo wget? Did you follow the instructions for using your CNTLM proxy on the commandline?

http://www.leg.uct.ac.za/howtos/use-isa-proxies

Fix: Do not use special

Fix: Do not use special characters for UCT password.

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