GNU/Linux Google-Chrome Configuring SOCKS5 Proxy
Hi! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-step How to Enable SOCKS5 Proxy Navigation in Google-Chrome Web Browser on GNU/Linux Desktops.
And here as example is presented the Chrome SOCKS Proxy Configuration on a GNOME Desktop.
But you may instead searching in the Chrome Extensions for a Proxy Switcher.
So first enter in the Browser Address Bar: chrome://settings/?search=proxy
Next choose the “Open your computer’s proxy settings“:
And the Edit the following entries:
Socks Host = localhost
Socks Port = [THEPORT]
Congratulations, your Chrome SOCKS5 Navigation should be now nicely working!