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Just configured Hummingbird on Ubuntu. Is there a way to make it run like a daemon or configure the connection so it connects automatically after reboots? Thank-you!

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13 minutes ago, armistise said:

Just configured Hummingbird on Ubuntu. Is there a way to make it run like a daemon or configure the connection so it connects automatically after reboots? Thank-you!

 

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I have a problem with hummingbird on Fedora33, again.

I have got a power down (desktop) while humminbirg connection was on. Now I have no way to restore any connection.

--recover-network returns 
 

Hummingbird - AirVPN OpenVPN 3 Client 1.1.0 - 23 June 2020 

It seems this program has properly exited in its last run and
it has already restored network settings on exit.

ERROR: Backup copy of resolv.conf not found.
ERROR: Backup copy of network filter not found.

Also, I do not see any lock file in etc/airvpn (this is correct, though because my internet connection without VPN is active and working).

So basically I have no way to use hummingbird, any longer.

 

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@misam

Excellent, thank you, bug detected, it will be fixed! ✌️

You should be able to start Hummingbird. If not, please read on.

You will need to delete some files manually. If deletion is necessary, before you delete please let us know the directory content:
 
ls -l /etc/airvpn

Finally:
 
sudo rm etc/airvpn/hummigbird.lock /etc/airvpn/resolv.conf.airvpnbackup /etc/airvpn/systemdns.airvpnbackup

Then start Hummingbird and check whether everything is fine again.

We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards
 

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1 hour ago, Staff said:


@misam
 

ls -l /etc/airvpn


 

This is the command output:
 
total 0 
-rw-r--r--. 1 root root 0 Dec 24 00:09 ip6tables-save.txt




 

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On 11/23/2020 at 6:29 PM, armistise said:

Hi, 


Just configured Hummingbird on Ubuntu. Is there a way to make it run like a daemon or configure the connection so it connects automatically after reboots? Thank-you!


Hello!

You can now do that with Bluetit. Configuring Bluetit to connect during system bootstrap is a straightforward, very simple procedure, Furthermore, you will run a real daemon, and not a user process, therefore you have a higher security level. Bluetit can start and connect during bootstrap of both systemd and SysV-style init based systems.

https://airvpn.org/forums/topic/48833-linux-airvpn-suite-100-released/

Kind regards
 

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