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VPN for Arch Linux 64 "App kill" stopped working

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I have recently updated arch linux (antergos) to Linux 4.11.9-1-ARCH x86_64, suddenly the "app kill" feature in the client just stopped completely working. I tried to test each individual application using the test button and nothing happens either. This feature is very important, are there any tricks to try to get it working again? I am using v0.3.69.

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Bump. I wanted to add that I confirmed this issue on another computer after upgrading to the above mentioned kernel version. I also deleted the VPNetworkLLC folder in .config to reset the settings, but still the same results.

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Guys we are working on this and will have an update on this soon.

 

Regards

 

​Just checking to see if there is any progress on this? This feature is very important when using the VPN, otherwise it leaves a possible vulnerability.

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​Just checking to see if there is any progress on this? This feature is very important when using the VPN, otherwise it leaves a possible vulnerability.

 

Could we send a test build to check and see if it solves your issues ?

 

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Let me know how this one works for you - thanks

 

torguard-v0.3.71-pre.42+g5b09ee3.dev-amd64-arch.tar.gz

 

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​I tried this build, but unfortunately it did not work. I also tried the next two builds torguard-v0.3.71-pre.51+ge080cd1.dev-amd64-arch.tar.gz and torguard-v0.3.71-pre.54+g3f0aaac.dev-amd64-arch.tar.gz without success.

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​While clicking on "test" to try killing an app, in terminal it shows the process command, but no effect to the actual app.

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​I tried this build, but unfortunately it did not work. I also tried the next two builds torguard-v0.3.71-pre.51+ge080cd1.dev-amd64-arch.tar.gz and torguard-v0.3.71-pre.54+g3f0aaac.dev-amd64-arch.tar.gz without success.

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​While clicking on "test" to try killing an app, in terminal it shows the process command, but no effect to the actual app.

 

Strange - im unable to reproduce this, what kernel version are you running ?

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Strange - im unable to reproduce this, what kernel version are you running ?

 

​I'm on kernel 4.13.3-1-ARCH x86_64, thanks for replying with that because you gave me an idea. I tried a different desktop environment, Openbox, and the app kill function started working again. The issue with me seems to be a problem with Gnome 3.24.2, can you try with that?

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