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hkhk

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Hi,

I need a vpn client for ubuntu 64 bit. I tried to install the 32 bit client (which works fine on Ubuntu 32), it installed with a warning about the system being AMD (which it is not). When I try to start it from /etc/init.d via kerio-kvc start it gives me a
74: /usr/sbin/kvpncsvc: not found. The file is there.

Any ideas?

Krisztian
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ADDDF

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Hi,
I have the same problem, someone can help us?
thanks in advance
Danilo
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hkhk

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Actually I did solve it by myself. You should google for which package to install to run 32 bit applications on 64 bit systems. I cannot remember its exact name. lib something 32 whatever.
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moro666

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Actually I did solve it by myself. You should google for which package to install to run 32 bit applications on 64 bit systems. I cannot remember its exact name. lib something 32 whatever.

Mohammad Habeeb
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Rolando

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Hi, can you post a procedure how to do this? thanks.

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Haggi

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@Roland: The following took me some hours to find it out on Ubuntu.

You can install and configure the 32 bit linux client as described in the Installation instructions.
There is only one exception.

Instead of

# dpkg -i kerio-control-vpnclient-###-linux.deb


you use

# sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture kerio-control-vpnclient-###-linux.deb


To run the 32 bit client on a 64 bit Linux you have to install ia32-libs.

# sudo apt-get install ia32-libs


After that you should be able to use the client.
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Assedoo

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Hi All,
I've got other problems with dependencies.

 kerio-control-vpnclient:i386 depends on openssl.
 kerio-control-vpnclient:i386 depends on procps.


Use next for fix it

# sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture --force-depends kerio-control-vpnclient-###-linux.deb
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nowashburn

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Assedoo wrote on Mon, 06 February 2012 13:43
Hi All,
I've got other problems with dependencies.

 kerio-control-vpnclient:i386 depends on openssl.
 kerio-control-vpnclient:i386 depends on procps.


Use next for fix it

# sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture --force-depends kerio-control-vpnclient-###-linux.deb



thanks, this did work for me. however, you will not be able to apt-get install other packages without first uninstalling the kerio "broken" packages. i can't believe kerio still hasn't released a 64 bit client yet. oh well, guess this workaround will do for now. thanks again.
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nowashburn

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I have posted another possible workaround for this at ubuntuforums.org showthread.php?p=12298821#post12298821
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