This article is mainly for people who use Python in-house.
When executing the pip command in an HTTP proxy environment that requires authentication, use the ** "--proxy" ** option and assign the user name and password as shown in the example below.
$ pip install —proxy=http://username:[email protected]:port numpy
If the authentication information (user name / password) contains ** "@" , it will work if you enclose the authentication information in ** "" ".
$ pip install —proxy=http://"user@name":[email protected]:port numpy
You can now install and update the library even under an HTTP proxy environment.
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