Disable linux bash proxy ENV export variable

if you type Export and see something like this:

 

declare -x all_proxy="socks://127.0.0.1:22000/"

Most sites assume and tell you to check your .bashrc or /etc/profile /etc/bash.bashrc which may not apply if you've unknowingly or forgot that you setup a proxy from your GUI such as Gnome.

To check in Gnome if you have a permanent proxy do the following:

System -> Settings -> Network Proxy

From there it's easy to configure or disable the proxy and the above socks proxy can be disabled permanently.

To disable from the bash shell:

unset all_proxy


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