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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. Hello, I have recently encountered problems with connecting to AirVPN via the network manager in ubuntu 16.04. I followed the guide correctly and the gnome network manager plugin is installed and works correctly. I have downloaded the correct configs and separate files, and everything is configured to work correctly. When I use firefox or even ping www.google.com i get no response and firefox doesnt connect, even though i get a message that the VPN connection is established successfully. Any fix for this? Could this be related to DNS issues or something ?
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