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Mutley

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Hi All. I added Torguard to the kill switch list. Now I can not undo that as there is no settings panel to display any more.

It connects auto, then when I disconnect, it shuts down & I have to log in again with the same results. I have uninstalled & reinstalled. No luck. I am now stuck on 1 server & cant change to another. I just want to take Torguard off the list. If I have to use the terminal, I will probably stroke out in a fit of swearing.

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Hi All. I added Torguard to the kill switch list. Now I can not undo that as there is no settings panel to display any more.

It connects auto, then when I disconnect, it shuts down & I have to log in again with the same results. I have uninstalled & reinstalled. No luck. I am now stuck on 1 server & cant change to another. I just want to take Torguard off the list. If I have to use the terminal, I will probably stroke out in a fit of swearing.

 

 

Hello Mutley, welcome to the forums!

 

You can reset the settings manually by navigating to: /home/username/.config/VPNetworkLLC - then delete TorGuard.conf.

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Thanks for the reply. I took your instructions & tried to do as asked. I tried the search box. No luck. Tried the terminal, no luck. I could not find anything to change. If you are over 50, Linux is like putting a jumbo jet engine back together, when somebody else took it apart. I ended up getting it back to normal by uninstalling, installing, down grading, upgrading & mega strong coffee. I do not have a clue how this worked, but it worked. Thanks for the help. I will keep trying to understand MINDMUX. (Linux)

 

Thanks for the welcome.

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Thanks for the reply. I took your instructions & tried to do as asked. I tried the search box. No luck. Tried the terminal, no luck. I could not find anything to change. If you are over 50, Linux is like putting a jumbo jet engine back together, when somebody else took it apart. I ended up getting it back to normal by uninstalling, installing, down grading, upgrading & mega strong coffee. I do not have a clue how this worked, but it worked. Thanks for the help. I will keep trying to understand MINDMUX. (Linux)

 

Thanks for the welcome.

 

Glad you were able to sort it all out. The directory path I posted above was found under Ubuntu/Debian. What distro of Linux are you running?

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Probably didn't (or know, they needed to) change the "username" part to their "username" in the path "/home/username/.config/VPNetworkLLC"

 

or that .config is a hidden folder.

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