Monday, 15 October 2012

VPN Client for Linux only works on Root user and not non-root users

VPN Client for Linux only works on Root user and not non-root users

 

I installed the Cisco Linux VPNclient on Redhat 5.3. I have two users on this workstation. One is a root user and the other one is a non-root user. I can only seem to run the command "vpnclient connect <profile name>" when I am logged in as a root user.

 

What is a VPN?

VPN's (Virtual Private Network's) were first used by companies to enable their employees to securely access internal systems such as email remotely (e.g. from home or while on business trips). Today they are increasingly being used for personal use by individuals to protect their privacy while online in public places (e.g. when using the wi-fi connection in a cafe) or in a country where the internet is censored / blocked (e.g. China, Saudi Arabia…).

Why do I need a VPN?

Whether you're an expat living in a foreign country where the internet is heavily regulated, a mobile user constantly on the road, or just someone concerned with maintaining their privacy online, having a VPN is becoming essential.

 

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MAC OS-X Lion and Error 51 - Help Needed ASAP Please

 

Since upgrading to Lion earlier today I am now receiving an Error 51 - unable to communicate with the subsystem.

 

What is a VPN?

VPN's (Virtual Private Network's) were first used by companies to enable their employees to securely access internal systems such as email remotely (e.g. from home or while on business trips). Today they are increasingly being used for personal use by individuals to protect their privacy while online in public places (e.g. when using the wi-fi connection in a cafe) or in a country where the internet is censored / blocked (e.g. China, Saudi Arabia…).

 

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