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Location: Northeastern Michigan, where Carhartt is a Designer Label
Distribution: Slackware 32- & 64-bit Stable
I have Cisco VPN client 4.6.0 compiled, installed, and running with a Linux 2.6.13 kernel -- "running" is probably generous, though. It loads at boot but when I try to execute it (with vpnclient connect Blah, where Blah is a known good .pcf file), the system freezes. I have to kill the power to get it back (then I uninstall the client).
There is an old thread about this (from 2002, I think).
As anyone experienced this and know what to do about it?
could be something like you are using an NFS mount on that machine, as the client will normally stop all local network connectivity. you might want to look at vpnc, a GPL cisco compatible client, much much simpler.
next time, please start your own thread though, don't tag onto others.