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I use raspberry pi model b+

I'm able to update and install software using command line, but I'm unable to access internet through web browser. The message says

Could not connect: Network is unreachable

I'm unable to even find the settings page to connect to a http/https proxy (I use a proxy). Where can I find the settings?

  • WRT settings, you should indicate which web browser you are referring to as there are a number of them available, and you have not even indicated what OS you are using, although I think the default on Raspbian is epiphany (but a I may be wrong and in any case, I am sure you can easily find "Help -> About" or whatever). – goldilocks Aug 13 '16 at 15:23
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Have you tried WICD? I believe it allows proxies. Assuming you are using Raspbian, use sudo apt-get update then sudo apt-get install wicd. I hope this helps!

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