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Old 12-05-2013, 07:20 PM   #1
kaneh
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Hey,
Was just wondering if any 1 is able to tell me gw to get pork (vpn) installed and working please. I have installed pop pptp and pptpd off of the slackbuilds site Think I have downloaded it from an independent site 2 but when I try to co.figure the files there is always a couple that r missing, even if I create them from a template when I come to run the service it says it does not exist or can't be started. I would use open vpn but prefer using a password rather than certs and wanna use multiple machine to connect to my vpn.

If installed slack again so thought I would ask before messing round with it again

Any help would be great ta.
Kane
 
  


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