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CNR has a major prob.It cannot save my proxy settings even though i specify.I save and restart CNR but it remains empty..the only way to keep my settings now is ...
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    CNR has a major prob.It cannot save my proxy settings even though i specify.I save and restart CNR but it remains empty..the only way to keep my settings now is to locate the config file for CNR and edit it.

    can someone give me a step by step guide on how im gonna reach the CNR folder and edit the config file ?
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    Exit and close cnrand make sure all cnr processes are dead
    Then (i think) edit $HOME/.kde/share/config/cnrproxyrc
    change the proxy mode to1 and fill in the settings
    restart cnr

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    yo dude i cannot find cnrproxyrc...i've browsed to the specify dir you mentioned but i find
    cnrdeamonrc,cnrinstallerrc,cnrtrayiconsrc and cnrwarehouserc !
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    ?? maybe search the system
    I do not have it installed but that is what I had jotted down in my *spire notes.
    Maybe ask over at the freespire forums.

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    Maybe you need to create it
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