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  1. I'm having constant problems with the Eddie GUI on Ubuntu 17.04. When the VPN connection with the network lock is up and running, everything works fine. The issues start when the VPN (and the network lock) is disabled, the original non-VPN connection is not restored. My tests show that when disabling the VPN, the routing rules are empty and none of the original, non-VPN rules are restored. I've seen this behavior for about a year, now, and I believe it is a very annoying bug of the Eddie interface. By looking at the forum, it seems it is a problem shared across different systems (or at least it affects Windows, too). The only workaround I found so far is to reboot the system preventing the auto-start of the GUI. Any chances it can be fixed? Thanks, S
  2. Hey Guys - I'm a recently subscriber to AirVPN and wanted to first say thanks for your work - it works well for me so far. When I first used AirVPN / Eddie Client, it was in Windows where i was easily able to configure it to do exactly what I wanted which was: - Start @ Windows boot - Enable Network Lock - Connect to recommended server automatically at launch My plans for its implementation changed shortly after this where I'm still wanting the same 3 things to occur, but am now using Ubuntu 17.04 (x64) instead. Even though I've successfully installed Eddie in Ubuntu and it still offers many of the same features, it seems that I can't do all of the above. Overall, my question is is it possible to perform the above actions using either the gui or terminal commands at startup within Ubuntu? If so, how? I already tried installation of openVPN and downloaded a config file, but it obviously didn't have network lock features plus didn't offer a few other things I wish to have with the product. I tried setting the desired preferences within Eddie, then creating a bash script to launch it at boot, but don't have it working yet - probably because it requires elevated permissions to launch - even though I added my account to the sudoers group. Any suggestions? Thanks!
  3. I recently upgraded to latest Ubuntu Version and just found out I'm leaking DNS. Even though I'm using Eddie v2.12.4 with network lock enabled. I tried to add block-outside-dns to ovpn directives in Eddie settings but I'm still leaking DNS. Didn't read correct, this works only in Windows. edit: I tried to use OpenVPN with a config file and DNS push with resolvconf instead of Eddie with same results. Still leaking DNS. Tried to use a VM with Ubuntu 16.10 configured DNS push and had no leaks. So I guess something is wrong with resolvconf in Ubuntu 17.04. edit2: Seems to be a Ubuntu 17.04 problem. Many users seem to have problems with DNS. Still looking for help here. If anyone has an idea. Since this is no Eddie specific problem please push this topic to the right subforum.
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