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  1. Has anyone had success setting up native WireGuard for AirVPN on ChromeOS? Following these steps using values from AirVPN-generated WireGuard configs produced what appeared to be a complete profile but attempting to connect immediately failed with an error -126 (whatever that is) on the current Stable channel release (15183.69.0), and I am not acquainted enough with ChromeOS to know how to troubleshoot further. The Chromebook I was tasked with setting up is not to have any Play Store (Android) or Crostini (Linux) apps, hence the strong preference for built-in support.
  2. Hi - the instructions for setting up AirVPN on Chromebook are very helpful, and worked for me. https://airvpn.org/chromeos/ But I cannot figure out if the "block-outside-dns" (or similar) command is enabled as part of this software and settings. When I used dnsleaktest.com I don't see any leaks, and it seems like the "tunnel" is secure. So: Can someone tell me if the AirVPN Chromebook set up has the same "network lock" functionality as Eddie does when I use it on a Mac? Is there a code to use or setting to *check* to make sure this is *always* enabled (block outside dns etc.)? Thank you!
  3. Having trouble installing on a Chromebook with Rockchip OP1 processor (arm64) through the linux terminal. Have tried adding ppa to sources.list but runs: N: Skipping acquire of configured file 'main/binary-arm64/Packages' as repository 'http://eddie.website/repository/apt stable InRelease' doesn't support architecture 'arm64' as well as the 32 64 and rasp downloads. Is this a no go? Alternative would be to get the OpenVPN android app from play store, but wanted to run through the linux vm enabled by Crostini and circumvent google spying. May well be a fruitless task anyway, advise welcome. Would like to provide more info but not sure what else is relevant, sorry for the trouble. Appreciate any help.
  4. Settings required are: Server hostname: Service Name: Provider type: (OpenVPN) Server: Username: Password: OTP: Note: Server CA certificate: User certificate: both say loading. please help
  5. EDIT: I realize that without developer mode enabled I can not connect to Air via ChromeOS.
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