However, after the proxy settings are made, Chrome does not read it out. (Test the proxy settings on http://whatismyip.systutorials.com/ ).
The versions of softwares:
This seems a bug ever and is fixed ( https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=106052#c6 ). Not sure whether it is caused by this.
It seems that Chrome tries to read KDE’s configuration files from
~/.kde4/.... However, in Fedora, the KDE configuration files are under
One trick makes it work:
$ cd ~ $ ln -s .kde .kde4