Package Details: eddie-ui-git 2.22.1-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/eddie-ui-git.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: eddie-ui-git
Description: Eddie - VPN tunnel - UI - beta
Upstream URL: https://eddie.website
Licenses: GPLv3
Conflicts: airvpn, airvpn-beta-bin, airvpn-git
Provides: eddie-ui
Submitter: Eddie.website
Maintainer: Eddie.website
Last Packager: Eddie.website
Votes: 6
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2018-06-04 12:35 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2022-09-15 13:04 (UTC)

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TheUnknownZ commented on 2022-05-13 21:20 (UTC)

@dangar123 What worked for me was deleting ~/.config/eddie and let it initialize again on startup.

opensorcerer commented on 2022-05-13 21:16 (UTC)

The tray works again.

Honestly, I don't know which system configs caused the tray to be removed in the first place. For me (Arch Linux KDE Wayland) it always worked.

It minimizes the first time, but when I bring it up again it shows my desktop background in place of the gui. Have to click show main window in the tray icon to get it to show the gui again but then it refuses to minimize again afterwards.

Well, it's unrelated to tray, I think, more like a Mono thing. Probably a nice topic for the forums, would you kindly post it there, too, if not already done?

dangar123 commented on 2022-05-13 19:13 (UTC)

got this to work, was just missing patchelf. The tray works again. But still buggy when it comes to minimizing. It minimizes the first time, but when I bring it up again it shows my desktop background in place of the gui. Have to click show main window in the tray icon to get it to show the gui again but then it refuses to minimize again afterwards.

TheUnknownZ commented on 2021-11-23 15:31 (UTC) (edited on 2021-11-26 09:19 (UTC) by TheUnknownZ)

 Edit: After installing nftables and enabling this in Eddie settings it works again. Is iptables deprecated?

After a system update I got this error, when activating network lock:

Exception: iptables don't reply, probabily kernel modules issue

Anyone know how to fix this? I tried different eddie versions but same result.

 eddie-ui-git 2.21.2-1 
 Linux 5.15.4-arch1-1 
 iptables 1:1.8.7-1

symlinks:

ip6tables-apply -> iptables-apply
iptables -> xtables-legacy-multi
iptables-apply -> xtables-legacy-multi
iptables-legacy -> xtables-legacy-multi
iptables-legacy-restore -> xtables-legacy-multi
iptables-legacy-save -> xtables-legacy-multi
iptables-nft -> xtables-nft-multi
iptables-nft-restore -> xtables-nft-multi
iptables-nft-save -> xtables-nft-multi
iptables-restore -> xtables-legacy-multi
iptables-restore-translate -> xtables-nft-multi
iptables-save -> xtables-legacy-multi
iptables-translate -> xtables-nft-multi
iptables-xml -> xtables-legacy-multi

j.mlr commented on 2020-11-01 15:26 (UTC) (edited on 2020-11-21 21:02 (UTC) by j.mlr)

The following issue is now fixed (2.19.6-1).

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The CLI tool had some issues on my system which are easily fixable.

When I launched the CLI tool with eddie-ui -cli, it told me "Unable to find a method to run elevated process" and I couldn't find a way to fix this per se.

When I launched it with sudo, it couldn't find my profile and shut down instantly. I believe, if you launch the CLI tool with sudo, it will try to find your profiles in the wrong directory (/usr/lib/eddie-ui/ instead of ~/.config/eddie/).

There are two solutions:

(1) You can launch the CLI tool with the AirVPN username and password as arguments, but it will be visible in the terminal history so it is not a good idea.

(2) Create a symlink so that the CLI tool can find the correct profile, then pass the name of the profile as an argument when launching the CLI tool:

sudo ln -s ~/.config/eddie/default.profile /usr/lib/eddie-ui/my_profile.profile

sudo eddie-ui -cli profile=my_profile

lencho commented on 2020-07-23 18:51 (UTC)

2.19.4 works for me on KDE - Manjaro. Thanks for the fix.

Eddie.website commented on 2020-06-25 15:28 (UTC) (edited on 2020-06-25 15:29 (UTC) by Eddie.website)

I see someone marked out-of-date. It's because we release the 2.19.3 but not yet updated AUR because the graphical issues on Manjaro KDE it's under investigation. Please be patience, we will update AUR in a few days.

nikon112 commented on 2020-05-01 02:46 (UTC)

Graphical issues persist with version 2.19.2-1 on Manjaro KDE

zebulon commented on 2020-04-18 19:24 (UTC)

@lencho: same here, still with latest version 2.19.1.