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  1. DISCLAIMER: this is probably user error ☺️ I installed Hummingbird 1.0.2 on a Pi and I generated a simple ovpn simply grabbing all servers in America. Hummingbird works fine and connects to a server using: pi@raspberrypi:/etc/init.d $ sudo /usr/bin/hummingbird /etc/airvpn/ovpn/AirVPN_America_UDP-443.ovpn When I try to force using ChaCha it still connects successfully, but not using ChaCha. I have tried both the extended command and the short one, i.e.: pi@raspberrypi:/etc/init.d $ sudo /usr/bin/hummingbird -C CHACHA20-POLY1305 /etc/airvpn/ovpn/AirVPN_America_UDP-443.ovpn I also thought maybe I had to generate a new OVPN file specific for ChaCha servers, but I did not find a filter in the Client Area. Any suggestions?
  2. I want to use the eddie-cli client on a raspberry pi zero, but the download for eddie-cli linux arm potable is built for ARMv7 (Raspberry Pi 2 3 3+). Therefore I got the code from GitHub and followed the guide to build the code. But it seems it doesn't try to build the ARM versions of eddy-cli. Can anyone explain how I could build the ARM version of eddie-cli? Thanks!
  3. Hello everyone, I've been an AirVPN customer for about a year now and absolutely love it for many reasons. The only issue I really have is Raspberry Pi support. I just got an RPi3 a few weeks ago and want to set it up as a media server/P2P box. This makes a stable VPN connection with a network lock an absolute necessity. From what I've read here, Eddie is not and probably will never be supported on any Raspberry Pi. I can understand that's a relatively small concern for Air considering the limited use compared to OSX, Linux, and Windows, so I'm not going to complain too much. I will say that it's really a bummer as I love Eddie and it's always running on my PC. So far, I've had to settle by running openvpn with a config file from the terminal (I should mention i'm running Raspbian) with Firestarter as a kill-switch. The problem is I can rarely stay connected for more than 12 hours. This may be due to my internet connection, or a problem with one of Air's servers, but it's a problem either way. This means every day, usually more than once a day, I have to plug my RPi into my TV (or SSH into it) to kill my P2P client, restart openvpn, and restart the firewall. This really isn't the seamless P2P/media center experience I was looking for. I've done a fair amount of searching and can't come up with anything. I was thinking about trying the Debain network manager, but I see that it is not recommended for security reasons, and I'm not sure it would solve my problem anyway. If anyone has any suggestions, I'm open to try just about anything as I really wan't to get this up and running. I'm even open to trying out a different OS for the pi if anyone thinks it will make a difference. Worst case scenario, I will try to write up something that does all of this manually. In that case I think my main problem would be detecting when the vpn connection goes down. If anyone knows of a good way to do that (i'll be using Java to make it), please let me know. This post got much longer than I had planned. Thanks for taking the time to read it and helping me out
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