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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Exclude SSH from a VPN set as default interface

    No luck thus far, and in fact all my messing around tangled up my network connections so bad I had to completely reset my IPtables setup.

    Here's what I think is happening:

    0. SSH traffic on...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Exclude SSH from a VPN set as default interface

    Aha! Thanks, aeg1s! Good to know I'm not alone, at least.

    I looked at marking the packets, too. I'd rather not have to do it that way. My router does run DD-WRT, and thus could do it with...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Exclude SSH from a VPN set as default interface

    Sorry, missed this previous one. Yes, I'm subscribed to a VPN service. I'm trying to VPN from my home computer to their gateway, and they don't seem to give me my own public IPV4 address...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Exclude SSH from a VPN set as default interface

    Not specifically, but any improvement to privacy is welcome in an age of digital surveillance.

    I believe the fact that the VPN service gives me an IP on 10.0.0.0/24 means that I would have to ask...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Exclude SSH from a VPN set as default interface

    The latter. I am trying to connect to my home computer via SSH from the Internet.

    The VPN service I use, (BTGuard), gives me a 10.x.x.x address, so it turns out I'm on their private subnet. This...
  6. [ubuntu] Exclude SSH from a VPN set as default interface

    So I joined up with a VPN service for privacy and freedom's sake and I set it up using OpenVPN and network manager. I found, to my delight, that all traffic goes through the OpenVPN connection by...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Error installing Mupen 64 Plus

    No, do
    sudo su first. Then run the script on a separate line. "sudo su" gives you root access so that any subsequent command is run as root. The script wants a root terminal, so that's what I gave...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Error installing Mupen 64 Plus

    I did it!

    The install script didn't like running with sudo, so I did


    sudo su

    first and then did ./install.sh in the unpacked directory. Knew it had to be something simple.

    Now to take...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Error installing Mupen 64 Plus

    I'm having the same problem here. It's strange, since I have two objects matching that filename:

    libmupen64plus.so.2 (a directory)
    libmupen64plus.so.2.0.0 (a file)

    Anyone have any ideas?
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