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I am in USA and have TG A VPN 4.1.2. OS is Linux Lite 1.0.6 a Debian/Ubuntu spin. While I can get most countries, I fail to get UK UDP and TCP. On my other PC all is good. I feel that something in 4.1.2 is bad and I should remove it and install 4.1.3. But I don't know how to uninstall. It's folder is locked.

Suggestions please.

Error msg: > Sat Mar 15 09:29:35 2014 TCP/UDP: Socket bind failed on local address [undef]: Address already in use

> Sat Mar 15 09:29:35 2014 Exiting

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Hi jim

 

On your linux box, can you run the following please:

 

lsof -i :53

 

Let me know the output.

 

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What output?

Terminal: Just went back to prompt.

TorGuard: I started TG. Started UK UDP. No change. Same bad output as before.

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no output means nothing is using this port, how about:

 

lsof -i :443

 

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Got:

$ lsof -i :443

COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME

firefox 2421 jim 32u IPv4 123890 0t0 TCP jim-A880G.local:36082->190.93.241.176:https (ESTABLISHED)

firefox 2421 jim 65u IPv4 145428 0t0 TCP jim-A880G.local:51292->nuq04s19-in-f0.1e100.net:https (ESTABLISHED)

firefox 2421 jim 66u IPv4 144265 0t0 TCP jim-A880G.local:51119->pc-in-f95.1e100.net:https (ESTABLISHED)

firefox 2421 jim 68u IPv4 163223 0t0 TCP jim-A880G.local:57737->ec2-54-241-210-12.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com:https (ESTABLISHED)

firefox 2421 jim 76u IPv4 82283 0t0 TCP jim-A880G.local:56646->ev1s-216-127-68-131.theplanet.com:https (ESTABLISHED)

firefox 2421 jim 83u IPv4 158005 0t0 TCP jim-A880G.local:39259->a23-200-219-120.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.com:https (ESTABLISHED)

 

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Looks like regular browser traffic - we would need to take a closer look, please submit a support ticket so that we can then team viewer in and take a look.

 

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OK, I'll do that. I see TeamViewer works in Linux, so I'll download and install it later when I return home, then submit a support ticket. Thanks.

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