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I'm trying to create a docker image that connects to a VPN on launch with Eddie. It appears the error I'm getting is related to a driver that's needed at some point, but I can't find any details. I'm using the standard portable eddie version (though I also tried mono and ended up with the same result). The relevant logs are as follows...

 

. 2017.04.02 22:27:45 - Operating System: Unix 4.4.0.71 - Linux b55511669e6e 4.4.0-71-generic #92-Ubuntu SMP Fri Mar 24 12:59:01 UTC 2017 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
E 2017.04.02 22:27:46 - OpenVPN Driver - Not available - Will be installed at next connection.
I 2017.04.02 22:27:46 - OpenVPN - Version: 2.4.0 - OpenSSL 1.0.2k  26 Jan 2017, LZO 2.09 (/vpn/openvpn)
I 2017.04.02 22:27:46 - SSH - Version: OpenSSH_7.2p2 Ubuntu-4ubuntu2.1, OpenSSL 1.0.2g  1 Mar 2016 (/usr/bin/ssh)
I 2017.04.02 22:27:46 - SSL - Version: stunnel 5.40 (/vpn/stunnel)
I 2017.04.02 22:27:46 - curl - Version: 7.47.0 (/usr/bin/curl)
I 2017.04.02 22:27:46 - Certification Authorities: /vpn/cacert.pem
! 2017.04.02 22:27:46 - Activation of Network Lock - Linux IPTables
I 2017.04.02 22:28:30 - Checking login ...
. 2017.04.02 22:28:30 - Updating systems & servers data ...
. 2017.04.02 22:28:32 - Systems & servers data update completed
! 2017.04.02 22:28:32 - Logged in.
I 2017.04.02 22:28:32 - Session starting.
. 2017.04.02 22:28:32 - Unable to understand if IPv6 is active.
F 2017.04.02 22:28:32 - Driver can't be installed.
nI 2017.04.02 22:28:32 - Server switch requested from keyboard.
I 2017.04.02 22:28:32 - Session starting.
. 2017.04.02 22:28:32 - Unable to understand if IPv6 is active.
F 2017.04.02 22:28:32 - Driver can't be installed.
 
I'm sure I could get this working without Eddie, but I'd rather use the built in network-lock than have to configure something myself. If anyone has any ideas what is going on here, please let me know.
 
 
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It looks like Eddie can't find the tun driver. It's installed by default in Ubuntu.

Is it a custom installation?

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It looks like Eddie can't find the tun driver. It's installed by default in Ubuntu.

Is it a custom installation?

 

Interesting.. I'm using the Ubuntu 16.04 image. I'm not sure what the differences between the image and the actual distro are. Do you have anymore info on the tun driver? I could try to install it manually

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All I know is that it's a kernel module but installing it isn't my area of expertise!!

Try the docker forums

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