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taylormadearmy

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Does anyone know if there is a tun.ko driver available for openvpn?

Thanks in advance!
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Hello,

If you're using stock kernel, the tun module is already compiled in.
You don't need one.
I believe same is for MCR.

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Hello,

If you're using stock kernel, the tun module is already compiled in.
You don't need one.
I believe same is for MCR.


Thanks for the very speedy reply!. Guess I am doing something wrong then - as even though I can connect to my openvpn server I'm getting no packets through...

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Hello,

If you're using stock kernel, the tun module is already compiled in.
You don't need one.
I believe same is for MCR.


If I wanted to check it was there where should it be?

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Ok - it seems tun.ko is present as MrPavel suggested (thanks!) Managed to get openvpn working with both stock and Franco's kernel on stock ROM.

Steps are here for anyone else looking to get it working (which I gleaned from herehttp://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=17233744&postcount=9):

Install Busybox from Market

Install OpenVPN Installer from Market and install to:

binaries: /system/xbin

route/ifconfig: /system/xbin/bb

Create /system/xbin/bb with Root Explorer or from shell

Create link to busybox for ifconfig and route

ln -s /system/xbin/busybox /system/xbin/bb/route

ln -s /system/xbin/busybox /system/xbin/bb/ifconfig


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