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I have found if I extract the .deb package into another Linux distro it works.

I extracted the latest 32bit .deb file into Arch Linux and it works.

The only thing I can't do is run the configuration program - in Ubuntu it would be :-

dpkg-reconfigure kerio-control-vpnclient

It works if I copy over the /etc/kerio-kvc.conf file from Ubuntu to Arch Linux...

However I can't run the automatic fingerprint detection ,etc in Arch Linux.

It would surely be better to have a .tar.gz file that works in all distros.

As mentioned it works - however I had to set it up in Ubuntu (I used 64 bit) first.

[Updated on: Mon, 19 December 2011 15:37]


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Interesting question. I'd love to see Control running multiple Linux Distro's as well.
Did you already 'suggest an idea' on the Uservoice system if so I'd like to add some points to your idea.
If not I suggest putting it up there, that's the main place where the developers look for new idea's or suggestions.
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