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  1. Last week I built Eddie 2.11.x from your DEB file on Ubuntu Xenial, with no problems. Over the weekend I began testing but soon ran into a bug whereby the client would try one server after another but fail with TAP/TUN problems. I sent you the logfile appended to support request 66876, but have not heard back so far. See appended file airvpn-linux-client-OUT for more information. The graphic interface is nice but I would like to build a CLI version without the overhead of the GUI. I have cloned the sources from Github. I need a way to toggle the build process into producing a cli only version. In a conventional linux build system there would be a flag in the toplevel Makefile to do this. However that will not work in this case as the build process here is completely opaque. Can you please provide me with a means to do this, or as a last resort, provide me with the source code for src/Deploy/bin/Release/Deploy.exe? Perhaps you have already produced a CLI only version of Eddie 2.11 somewhere? airvpn-linux-client-OUT.txt
  2. I've followed the instructions for building the AirVPN client here, and it seems to run just fine. The downloaded copy doesn't seem to like the newer version of Mono I'm running, but building it on my machine seems to work ok when I run it (so far). How do I make a .deb package or otherwise install it? I've tried the Tools|Build Package, but that gets me a tar.gz file which I'm really not sure about, and I'm also unsure as to exactly which segments I need to select anyway.
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