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Hey all, I recently installed Linux Mint (19.2 Tina) on two laptops. After downloading the TorGuard client onto each, I discovered that the client will open on one of the machines (a Lenovo Thinkpad) while the other (a Toshiba Satellite) won't run the client. On the Toshiba, the system will ask for my authentication to run the client (as it normally does) but the client doesn't run. I've attempted purging/reinstalling/updating/upgrading the client (from the software app, the terminal, as well as downloading the .deb package) on the Toshiba to no avail. I've tried running from the taskbar
jackharvest posted a question in VPN Linux SupportOk, so, I've re-installed Linux Mint 18 about 6 times, and I've finally figured out at what step my connectivity get's completely killed: After installing TorGuard, and then after disabling it after having had it enabled. Expected Behavior (Linux Mint 17.3 did this): After using TorGuard, click disconnect on the TorGuard client. Normal network connectivity is restored. Current Behavior (Linux Mint 18 does this): After using TorGuard, click disconnect on the TorGuard client. Normal network connectivity is not restored. Websites cannot be browsed. Teamviewer has no connection. Checking
So, I just got Mint Rosa 17.3 xfce x64 installed. I also installed your version of ubuntu V0.3.46 client. It shows up and it seems the install was correct. I am a paid customer. However, when I try to log in, FIRST, it never asks me my username or email credentials. All it does is ask me a password. I know my password to TG. It's NOT wrong. It works just fine in Windows on my Windows TG client. So, how come the Ubuntu client even ask me my password when it doesn't even know my 'username' and never even asked what my username is? That's why the pw does not work. That's not a q