This is how you configure systemwide proxy settings for XFCE:
http://superuser.com/questions/357688/h … linux-xfce
However, how do I get this to update according to whichever network I am connected to. I don't want to have to grant root and edit /etc/environment everytime I plug I switch home vs work networks.
I think there is a tool for this in Gnome called proxydriver. I can't see this in my package manager (equo search proxydriver or emerge --search proxydriver) though and I'm not sure if this would work with XFCE.
I have similar requirement:
My DHCP server broadcasts WPAD/PAC url, so proxy can be configured automatically per different network. However, xfce does not have this feature therefore does not read from DHCP.
Do we have a future plan?
KDE and GNOME both support it.
https://docs.kde.org/cgi-bin/desktopdig … le&q=proxy
https://help.gnome.org/users/gnome-help … xy.html.en