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  1. Hi all, first post here, site looks like a fantastic resource. I have installed the Europeian and Asian server files and several individual server files on to my openUSE Gnome 13.10.02 box as per the Gnome Network Manager tutorial. Everything went fine until I checked for DNS leaks using GRC'S https://www.grc.com/dns/dns.htm I was still querying my ISP's DNS. I manually set each VPN to use OpenNIC's non logging DNS http://www.opennicproject.org/, I have sucssesfully done this with Mint and Ubuntu using Gnome Network Manager. However I seem to be having an issue with OpenSUSE, I can only connect reliably to the Swedish server and occasionally to the Netherlands, non of the others ie Europe/Asia/Romania/Luxumberg/Singapore even though they are all configured identically. I have obviously broken something by manually setting the DNS. I also don't know and cannot find the openSUSE command to open the openvpn logs which isn't helping. Any help much appreciated.
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