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From the software center, search for ppp and remove it / reinstall it. You can install everything form the terminal using this: sudo apt-get install ppp network-manager-pptp pppconfig pppoeconf pptp-linux This is a typical VPN Connection settings, from Connections, go to VPN Connections and add a new one/edit exiting or skip this if you had it setup: VPN ...


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I don't think you could connect to grub, afaik it doesn't have any networking capability. In the future you might be able to set your computer's BIOS to always boot from another networked computer? Or you could set up grub to have a timeout and a default action if no keys are pressed, might just need to add this to grub.cfg (apparently the top/first entry is ...


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Okay, I found the bunch of commands that helps to re-create p12 file with password: First, you need to split p12 into cert and key file: openssl pkcs12 -in vpn.p12 -out vpn.crt.pem -clcerts -nokeys openssl pkcs12 -in vpn.p12 -out vpn.key.pem -nocerts -nodes And then combine them together: openssl pkcs12 -export -in vpn.crt.pem -inkey vpn.key.pem -out ...


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I guess openconnect configures http proxy to be used by FF. ('Connection through HTTP proxy, including libproxy support for automatic proxy configuration.') FF Preferences - Advanced - Network etc, you should exclude localhost. Another option is a change of resolv.conf that will redirect even localhost. cat it. I'd try wget -vvv and see exact step ...


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I think you need an external, reachable machine where you can ssh to make the link. I used a iPad app that allowed this for windows machines using the google servers; I tried to find/adapt the solution to forward a VNC connection to my linux desktops without success. If you have an external machine where you can do ssh, you can make a reverse tunnel; ...


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A VPN will not mask your IP from your ISP. One machine is enough for a VPN. While free options are available, they are not always the best choices speed wise. PS: Why not torrent when there is no throttling?


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Are you sure your ISP is purposely throttling your internet speeds? Evenings are generally the busiest times for the internet, maybe everyone in your neighbourhood is just on at the same time? A VPN is supposed to hide your real IP from whatever remote sites you're connecting to. You need to connect to some remote VPN "server," or you'd still be just ...



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