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The (2–2)-2–0 wheel arrangement was first used on some locomotives introduced on the Eastern Counties Railway by John Chester Craven between 1845 and 1847, and some Crampton locomotives on the South Eastern Railway in 1849.[4] However the 2-(2–2)-0 type is usually associated with Francis Webb of the London and North Western Railway who between 1882 and 1890 introduced a number of compound locomotive classes including the LNWR Webb Experiment Class, LNWR Dreadnought Class and LNWR Teutonic Class.The locomotives were never reliable and Webb’s successor George Whale withdrew them all within three years of taking up office in 1903,[5] The type was used with more success on French railways with a 4-cylinder compound locomotive designed by Alfred de Glehn, of the Société Alsacienne de Constructions Mécaniques (SACM) in 1886. Later examples were of the 4–2–2–0 configuration.

References[edit]

  1. ^Baxter, Bertram (1977). British locomotive catalogue 1825–1923. 1. Buxton: Moorland Publishing. p. 12. ISBN978–0–903485–50–0.
  2. ^Baxter, pp.45 & 67.
  3. ^Casserley, H.C. (1960). Historic locomotive pocket book. London: Batsford. p. 51.
  4. ^Baxter, (1977) pp.45 & 67.
  5. ^Baxter, Bertram (1979). ‘British locomotive catalogue 1825–1923. 2b. Buxton: Moorland Publishing. p. 196. ISBN0–903485–84–2.

Installation on macOS¶

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You can use Homebrew to install everything:

Installation on Windows¶

The recommended way to install mitmproxy on Windows is to use the installerprovided at mitmproxy.org. After installation, you’ll find shortcuts formitmweb (the web-based interface) and mitmdump in the start menu.Both executables are added to your PATH and can be invoked from the commandline.

Installation on Linux¶

The recommended way to run mitmproxy on Linux is to use the pre-built binariesprovided at releases.

Advanced Installation¶

Docker Images¶

You can also use the official mitmproxy images from DockerHub. That beingsaid, our portable binaries are just as easy to install and even easier to use. 😊

Installation on Arch Linux¶

mitmproxy has been added into the [community] repository. Use pacman to install it:

Installation from Source on Ubuntu¶

Ubuntu comes with Python but we need to install pip3, python3-dev and severallibraries. This was tested on a fully patched installation of Ubuntu 16.04.

Installation from Source on Fedora¶

Fedora comes with Python but we need to install pip3, python3-dev and severallibraries. This was tested on a fully patched installation of Fedora 24.

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Make sure to have an up-to-date version of pip by running pip3install-Upip.

🐱💻 Installation from Source on Windows¶

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Latest Development Version¶

If you would like to install mitmproxy directly from the master branch on GitHubor would like to get set up to contribute to the project, install thedependencies as you would for a regular installation from source. Then see theproject’s README on GitHub. You can check your system informationby running: mitmproxy--version

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