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    Clodo got a reaction from airnoob in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    About Eddie 3.x : we are still working on that, but we can't give out right now 'screenshot', as the UI is in draft/debug stage, sorry.
    Development of 3.x depends on some core-changes that we made directly in 2.x series in the latest months.

    We have released a beta version of the new 2.X series here: 
    Still under testing in different OS and configs due to a lots of internal changes.
    We hope to improve the reactivity and feedback with this release, promote it as a stable version as soon as possible, and restart with frequent releases.
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    Clodo got a reaction from X7iGmXYQBrnz in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    Yes thx, i checked it, Eddie 2.18.4 use a syntax accepted by Win10 but not by Win7 (the space after the option-name...), it will be fixed in 2.18.5,
    anyway the solution you write it's correct, thx.
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    Clodo got a reaction from X7iGmXYQBrnz in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    Issues under investigation.
    I confirm that service installation works on Windows 10 but not on Windows 7, it will be fixed in the next release if possibile. Thx.
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    Clodo got a reaction from harold.lewis in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    The .tar.gz contains a script "eddie-ui" (the right launcher) and a directory "bundle" with other files.  So the one in the main folder is the right executable.
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    Clodo got a reaction from giganerd in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    Resolved in 2.18.3.
    Now Eddie detect the legacy presence of iptables in Debian10. In future Eddie version we will implement a native nft network lock.
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    Clodo got a reaction from giganerd in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    Resolved in 2.18.3.
    Now Eddie detect the legacy presence of iptables in Debian10. In future Eddie version we will implement a native nft network lock.
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    Clodo got a reaction from BlueBanana in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    Please report something: message error, log...
      Fixed in 2.18.2.
      Fixed in 2.18.2. In any combination of IPv6 disable: sysctl or grub.
      Fixed in 2.18.2
      Cannot reproduce. In 2.18.2 we also improved some layout, but in any test System notifications are showed, in our Notifications area of the sidebar too. Please recheck.
      Cannot reproduce. Sometimes, if you close the window with the X button, menu takes some seconds to update, but works coherently. If we use the minimize button, it looks always fine. Please recheck.
      Quick: Yes, now it's default.
      Yes: Profile file (~/.config/eddie/default.profile) now can be encrypted with OS keyring or a custom master password.
      I don't remember the specific forum topic, I think you can try Automatic.
      This need more investigation. Please report OS of the laptop, connection info (what servers) etc.
      Windows resize: Cannot reproduce. Please recheck. Does anyone else have this issue?
    Yes, if you use the installer, it's automatic. Otherwise check in Preferences the installation of the service, to avoid password input every time.
    In Preferences you can enable Network Lock at startup.
      Absolutely, there was a bug.
    Fixed in 2.18.2.
    Please download the .xz edition for Arch, install with  "pacman -U xxx.xz".  Official AUR repo will be updated soon, for this beta stage download manually from Download page.
      This is IMPORTANT.
    We cannot reproduce the issue on our labs, on "10.15 Beta (19A4871) - macOS Catalina".
    We added some logs lines to identify the issues.
    If the problem occurs again with 2.18.2, please open a ticket with the full support log (Logs -> Support icon).
    Thanks.
      Correct, now UI is totally separated from an executable/daemon (launchd) that performs elevated actions.
    With launchd daemon, it's not expected anymore the prompt every time.
    Please report any issue.

     
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    Clodo got a reaction from BlueBanana in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    Please report something: message error, log...
      Fixed in 2.18.2.
      Fixed in 2.18.2. In any combination of IPv6 disable: sysctl or grub.
      Fixed in 2.18.2
      Cannot reproduce. In 2.18.2 we also improved some layout, but in any test System notifications are showed, in our Notifications area of the sidebar too. Please recheck.
      Cannot reproduce. Sometimes, if you close the window with the X button, menu takes some seconds to update, but works coherently. If we use the minimize button, it looks always fine. Please recheck.
      Quick: Yes, now it's default.
      Yes: Profile file (~/.config/eddie/default.profile) now can be encrypted with OS keyring or a custom master password.
      I don't remember the specific forum topic, I think you can try Automatic.
      This need more investigation. Please report OS of the laptop, connection info (what servers) etc.
      Windows resize: Cannot reproduce. Please recheck. Does anyone else have this issue?
    Yes, if you use the installer, it's automatic. Otherwise check in Preferences the installation of the service, to avoid password input every time.
    In Preferences you can enable Network Lock at startup.
      Absolutely, there was a bug.
    Fixed in 2.18.2.
    Please download the .xz edition for Arch, install with  "pacman -U xxx.xz".  Official AUR repo will be updated soon, for this beta stage download manually from Download page.
      This is IMPORTANT.
    We cannot reproduce the issue on our labs, on "10.15 Beta (19A4871) - macOS Catalina".
    We added some logs lines to identify the issues.
    If the problem occurs again with 2.18.2, please open a ticket with the full support log (Logs -> Support icon).
    Thanks.
      Correct, now UI is totally separated from an executable/daemon (launchd) that performs elevated actions.
    With launchd daemon, it's not expected anymore the prompt every time.
    Please report any issue.

     
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    Clodo got a reaction from Air4141841 in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    Confirmed: it manage the deactivation with sysctl, but not detect the deactivation via Grub.
    Will be fixed in next release, expected in few days (based on other feedbacks).
    In the mean-time if you want, disable ALSO with sysctl (net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6=1) to bypass the issue above.
    Thanks
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    Clodo got a reaction from airnoob in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    About Eddie 3.x : we are still working on that, but we can't give out right now 'screenshot', as the UI is in draft/debug stage, sorry.
    Development of 3.x depends on some core-changes that we made directly in 2.x series in the latest months.

    We have released a beta version of the new 2.X series here: 
    Still under testing in different OS and configs due to a lots of internal changes.
    We hope to improve the reactivity and feedback with this release, promote it as a stable version as soon as possible, and restart with frequent releases.
  11. Like
    Clodo got a reaction from airnoob in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    About Eddie 3.x : we are still working on that, but we can't give out right now 'screenshot', as the UI is in draft/debug stage, sorry.
    Development of 3.x depends on some core-changes that we made directly in 2.x series in the latest months.

    We have released a beta version of the new 2.X series here: 
    Still under testing in different OS and configs due to a lots of internal changes.
    We hope to improve the reactivity and feedback with this release, promote it as a stable version as soon as possible, and restart with frequent releases.
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    Clodo reacted to Grindle222 in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    It works great for me so far on my Ubuntu 19.04 machines.  My Windows10 machine not so well: after installing it and opening it, it was unable to connect to a server, but wouldn't let me close it, either.  After a reboot it worked better, although it threw an error at me when I was closing it (but still closed).

    "Please feel free to be specific on those texts: fixing errors is the main purpose of beta testing!"

    Okay, then.  The Public Exit IP addresses, with IPv4 above IPv6 on the Overview screen, don't quite fit into the space allocated (on Ubuntu; I didn't notice with Windows): the IPv6 address is sort of cut off on the bottom.  Otherwise, great!
     
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    Clodo reacted to BlueBanana in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    Network lock doesn't work for me (Ubuntu 19.04. Disco Dingo).

    I have IPv6 disabled system-wide ( Grub: IPv6.disable = 1 ). When i try to activate Network lock, Eddie throws this error:

    F 2019.09.11 17:26:30 - Exception: ip6tables-save v1.6.1: Cannot initialize: Address family not supported by protocol

    Regards

    BB
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    Clodo reacted to EtV in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    New beta, nice!  Some small-ish things at first blush....

    OS:  MacOS 10.14.6 (latest, all patched up)
    Eddie beta: 2.18.1

    Notifications:  In Preferences>UI, the "System notifications" box is check by default, and while there is a banner that pops up saying "1 new notification" from Eddie, no actual system notifications are showing up in the Notifications area of the sidebar.  I don't usually keep this enabled (personal preference), but I did notice the behavior when I first installed the new beta.

    Show/Hide Main Window (in Eddie menu bar drop-down):  I think this has been around a while, but it's definitely present in the beta so...after closing the Main window of Eddie, the drop-down in the menu bar will often list "Hide Main Window" as the option, instead of "Show Main Window".  Selecting this "Hide..." option will indeed bring up the Main window.  So, the functionality isn't 'broken' by any means, but the drop-down seems to lose track of Hide vs. Show.

    Preferences>Protocols:  more of a question, perhaps...I see the default listing is now in a different order, with the TLS-Crypt options first (yay!), so does that mean if we leave the "Automatic" box checked, Eddie will try to connect with TLC-Crypt over UDP first?   That's been something I've selected in prior Eddies, so just wondering at the default behavior now.

    Preference>General:  is the "Profile data protection" option new?  If so, is there going to be a blurb on the options for that somewhere once this Eddies goes final?  Interesting option, just a but curious about it.

    Preferences>Advanced:  I recall changing buffer sizes in the past (on good recommendation from folks here in the forum)...is that still needed to keep Eddie happy?  Or have the many under-the-hood changes allowed for the default "Automatic" value to do the job these days?

    Preference>Advanced: I run Eddie on a laptop (and on a few different Wifi nets), and I'm noticing that I'm not getting IPv6 connections like I used to on the network I'm currently on today.  At this location, IPLeak.net would regularly show me both v4 and a v6, while with the new Eddie a few difference connections (different servers) have mostly not shown me the v6.  Admittedly, I don't use that much / at all, however it is a change in behavior that I've noticed, fwiw.
     
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    Clodo reacted to colorman in Eddie Desktop 2.18beta released   ...
    Everything works well as far on openSUSE 15.1
    Also just close, that problem is therefore also solved.
    Super

    GJ
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    Clodo reacted to BlueBanana in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    The discussion about Eddie has become a real hot topic in the past weeks. And understandably so, given the fact that "Eddie" is a core element of the whole service and a highly sophicticated one too.

    But i think that one has to consider the fact that AIR has to develop software for 4 OS'es (WIndows, Linux, Mac and Android) if i am not mistaken. That's a hell lot of work to do and it takes lots of time to develop a fully functioning client from scratch.

    There are other VPN services out there that give a shit about their client, hell, they don't even have one for Linux, let alone for Mac OS X.

    The community itself is a little "spoiled" in this regard, if i may say so.
    I am a bit impatient too and i am awaiting the release of the new client quite eagerly. But it doesn't help much if the community puts pressure on the devs.

    If they release the new client too early with a lot of bugs, then the community complains about a buggy client, and all hell breaks loose. So just let the devs make their job and i am confident that a new version is coming soon.


    Regards,

    BB
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    Clodo got a reaction from encrypted in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    At the moment it's the 2.x series, still based on the same UI.
    The 3.x series is under parallel development, will have an 'universal' UI (same in every OS, html/css based), the Linux edition based on GTK. We hope to release a first version of 3.x series before the end of the year.
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    Clodo got a reaction from keikari in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    We are testing and fixing bugs, but I assure you that my team (including myself) is working full time on Eddie.
    We hope to release a public beta version during the first days of September.
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    Clodo got a reaction from airnoob in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    Hi, I'm sorry about the delay on Eddie development, but in the next release we changed all source code from the ground up, to separate what needs elevated privileges and what not.
    So we are re-testing all Eddie features.

    For example, in the next release UI runs as normal user, and this can fix or cause worse issues in different Linux distributions. Re-testing all major distributions requires a lot of time.

    Anyway, I hope to release it (as a beta version for feedback) when all supported OS (Win/macOS/Linux) are ready for use.

    This is related to the next release of 2.X branch (the same UI you know).
    In the meantime, we are building also the new universal UI for 3.X branch.

    I hope we can release the new 2.x version as soon as possible.
    I hope I can give you a date in a few days.
    Sorry again for the delay.
  20. Like
    Clodo got a reaction from keikari in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    We are testing and fixing bugs, but I assure you that my team (including myself) is working full time on Eddie.
    We hope to release a public beta version during the first days of September.
  21. Like
    Clodo got a reaction from airnoob in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    Hi, I'm sorry about the delay on Eddie development, but in the next release we changed all source code from the ground up, to separate what needs elevated privileges and what not.
    So we are re-testing all Eddie features.

    For example, in the next release UI runs as normal user, and this can fix or cause worse issues in different Linux distributions. Re-testing all major distributions requires a lot of time.

    Anyway, I hope to release it (as a beta version for feedback) when all supported OS (Win/macOS/Linux) are ready for use.

    This is related to the next release of 2.X branch (the same UI you know).
    In the meantime, we are building also the new universal UI for 3.X branch.

    I hope we can release the new 2.x version as soon as possible.
    I hope I can give you a date in a few days.
    Sorry again for the delay.
  22. Like
    Clodo got a reaction from airnoob in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    Hi, I'm sorry about the delay on Eddie development, but in the next release we changed all source code from the ground up, to separate what needs elevated privileges and what not.
    So we are re-testing all Eddie features.

    For example, in the next release UI runs as normal user, and this can fix or cause worse issues in different Linux distributions. Re-testing all major distributions requires a lot of time.

    Anyway, I hope to release it (as a beta version for feedback) when all supported OS (Win/macOS/Linux) are ready for use.

    This is related to the next release of 2.X branch (the same UI you know).
    In the meantime, we are building also the new universal UI for 3.X branch.

    I hope we can release the new 2.x version as soon as possible.
    I hope I can give you a date in a few days.
    Sorry again for the delay.
  23. Like
    Clodo got a reaction from airnoob in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    Hi, I'm sorry about the delay on Eddie development, but in the next release we changed all source code from the ground up, to separate what needs elevated privileges and what not.
    So we are re-testing all Eddie features.

    For example, in the next release UI runs as normal user, and this can fix or cause worse issues in different Linux distributions. Re-testing all major distributions requires a lot of time.

    Anyway, I hope to release it (as a beta version for feedback) when all supported OS (Win/macOS/Linux) are ready for use.

    This is related to the next release of 2.X branch (the same UI you know).
    In the meantime, we are building also the new universal UI for 3.X branch.

    I hope we can release the new 2.x version as soon as possible.
    I hope I can give you a date in a few days.
    Sorry again for the delay.
  24. Like
    Clodo got a reaction from airnoob in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    Hi, I'm sorry about the delay on Eddie development, but in the next release we changed all source code from the ground up, to separate what needs elevated privileges and what not.
    So we are re-testing all Eddie features.

    For example, in the next release UI runs as normal user, and this can fix or cause worse issues in different Linux distributions. Re-testing all major distributions requires a lot of time.

    Anyway, I hope to release it (as a beta version for feedback) when all supported OS (Win/macOS/Linux) are ready for use.

    This is related to the next release of 2.X branch (the same UI you know).
    In the meantime, we are building also the new universal UI for 3.X branch.

    I hope we can release the new 2.x version as soon as possible.
    I hope I can give you a date in a few days.
    Sorry again for the delay.
  25. Like
    Clodo got a reaction from airnoob in Has Air given up on Eddie for desktop?   ...
    Hi, I'm sorry about the delay on Eddie development, but in the next release we changed all source code from the ground up, to separate what needs elevated privileges and what not.
    So we are re-testing all Eddie features.

    For example, in the next release UI runs as normal user, and this can fix or cause worse issues in different Linux distributions. Re-testing all major distributions requires a lot of time.

    Anyway, I hope to release it (as a beta version for feedback) when all supported OS (Win/macOS/Linux) are ready for use.

    This is related to the next release of 2.X branch (the same UI you know).
    In the meantime, we are building also the new universal UI for 3.X branch.

    I hope we can release the new 2.x version as soon as possible.
    I hope I can give you a date in a few days.
    Sorry again for the delay.
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