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  1. Hello everyone. I am entirely new to Android devices and am rather perplexed by what I am seeing. Allow me to explain. I bought a ARM S905 based Android device to replace basic cable television for my elderly mother. I then had the good sense to try to install OpenVPN on it. First problem was that Google Play required a login, and I could not find a working way to generate a fake login. So I gave up and used a real one. (My only gmail account as well.) But then in a minute I had OpenVPN installed and imported the configuration I made here according to the instructions. It connected fast and here is where I am utterly unable to fathom what happened. It *NEVER* asked me for my username or password... It seems to be working fine, but I worry that it is not actually using the VPN since I never gave it proper credentials. Am I misunderstanding and the config generator imported my username and password as one of the huge blocks of hashed text like the "Static Key" or "Private Key"? Thanks in advance for anyone able to explain this to me. And in addition, if anyone knows a way to make a gmail account not linked directly to me, and without a telephone, I would be very thankful. I have never owned a mobile phone, and my home phone is VoIP and does not seem to accept SMS messages, so I cannot seem to get Google to accept it. I am not about to waste money buying a mobile phone I will never use just so I can make a gmail account to make this device work. Good day everyone. Thanks for reading.
  2. I have been up and down old guides to set up my pi to run a seed box, but each source is a little confusing and has a few steps missing/different/outdated. Can anyone please link or type up a proper set up guide to get the Pi on Rasbian set up quickly and painlessly, along with how to auto boot the config with no leaks in plain English? A Linux built client for ARM processors could do wonders in this department. Thank you!
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