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  1. I have Eddie installed on a server running Lubuntu 17.10 (and prior to that Lubuntu 17.04). I have Eddie configured to utilise AirVPN Servers located in the USA. I'm very happy with the performance of AirVPN - excellent speed, and great reliability. However - I have one issue that is causing problems. When I run apt-get (or apt), I get timeouts on all of the Ubuntu Repo Servers. I have manually selected Ubuntu Repo Servers located in the USA, in the same city as the AirVPN Server in use when possible, and still encounter these timeouts. I have tried using the Ubuntu utility to identify the fastest Ubuntu Repo Server, and that Utility gives strange results when run via AirVPN. When run through AirVPN, the utility seems to get confused and reports Ubuntu Repo Servers in the strangest places (i.e. Iceland, Peru, Columbia, Bangladesh, etc ...) as being the fastest servers - but these recommended servers also timeout when you run apt update. When this Ubuntu utility is run with Eddie shutdown, the utility correctly identifies the fastest Ubuntu Repo Server as being one in my country, hosted by the ISP that I use .... so the utility is working correctly, provided it is not used via AirVPN. If I completely exit from Eddie, apt-get and apt all work very fast, at roughly the same speed as my other Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian and Armbian systems. An inquiry to Ubuntu Technical Support regarding this problem resulted in their answering that "it must be a problem with the VPN software". A classic case of buck-passing ! My workaround at the moment is to disable Eddie whenever I need to run apt or apt-get - not really a satisfactory permanent solution. So - has anyone got any ideas what might be causing this problem, or how to fix it ? Thanks RoyG
  2. Im running Lubuntu, and i would like to keep network lock active, even when airVPN client is closed. I accidentally close the program, which caused me to leak my IP. Could someone please give me specific steps on how to achieve this thanks
  3. Hi all, I have the Linux AirVPN Eddie Client 2.8.8 running on Lubuntu. When I try to "Save As" the log files from the GUI it defaults to a "Desktop" directory. As you can see on the attached screenshot, I saved a log file called AirVPN_log.txt. However, it seems that this is not really my desktop. The saved file doesn't show up on my desktop and other files that are on my desktop don't show up in the "Save As" Desktop folder... From the "Save As" dialog I can not navigate to any folder that is familiar to me. There is also no way to open, delete or move files already saved (like the AirVPN_log.txt file). My question is: where does AirVPN save these log files? I can not find the AirVPN_log.txt anywhere on my system, still the Eddie Client seems to have saved it somewhere. Thanks in advance
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