Package Details: vyprvpn-linux-cli 1.7-3

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/vyprvpn-linux-cli.git (read-only)
Package Base: vyprvpn-linux-cli
Description: A simple service and command line interface to manage NetworkManager based connections to VyprVPN.
Upstream URL: http://www.goldenfrog.com
Keywords: networkmanager vpn vyprvpn
Licenses: custom
Submitter: cagprado
Maintainer: cagprado
Last Packager: cagprado
Votes: 2
Popularity: 0.019056
First Submitted: 2017-10-03 07:45
Last Updated: 2018-10-01 21:28

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cagprado commented on 2018-10-01 21:30

@zoichi my bad, I made a mistake when submitting the package… it should be fixed by now. Thank's for pointing it out!

zoichi commented on 2018-10-01 14:11

I'm not very familiar with the Arch package managers but it appears that the newly update vyprvpn command line tools PKGBUILD reports it can be updated to 1.7.2. but installs 1.7.1 which is causing a loop of continuous upgrades that never actually happen. I have uninstalled, rebooted and reinstalled to verify. I also replicated the problem on another machine.

The relevant install log run today (2018/10/1): Preparing...

Building vyprvpn-linux-cli... Cloning into 'vyprvpn-linux-cli'... ==> Making package: vyprvpn-linux-cli 1.7-1 (Mon 01 Oct 2018 09:29:22 AM EDT) ==> Checking runtime dependencies... ==> Checking buildtime dependencies... ==> Retrieving sources... -> Found vyprvpn-linux-cli.install

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The steps to replicate: 1. remove the vyprvpn package via 'yaourt -R vyprvpn-linux-cli' 2. install the application again 'yaourt vyprvpn-linux-cli' 3. running 'yaourt -S vyprvpn-linux-cli' prompts for an upgrade to 1.7.2

zoichi commented on 2018-09-27 16:19

@archetypalsxe been a long time since your comment but vyprvpn does run on arch. it just takes some more configuration to get it up and running. Once that is done it is pretty low maintenance.

archetypalsxe commented on 2017-12-13 13:33

@cagprado Thanks for your suggestions! I did find that post while I was looking for solutions previously. They only officially support Ubuntu/Mint so I didn't bother reaching out to them. I was on a three day trial, so when I couldn't figure it out within the three days, I cancelled and said it was because I couldn't get it to work on Arch. They didn't bother reaching out to me, so I guess they don't care too much, LOL.

cagprado commented on 2017-12-13 02:05

@archetypalsxe Not necessarily! I’m not very familiar with networking issues so maybe you can seek assistance with the VyprVPN guys. I did found a forum on VyprVPN with some discussion about status 400 error:

https://forum.goldenfrog.com/t/faq-and-install-instructions-vyprvpn-linux-cli/340/21

Maybe some of their solutions can work in your case!

archetypalsxe commented on 2017-12-12 13:38

@cagprado Yeah, sorry, I went ahead and updated my comment to be Vyper instead of Hyper, LOL. I am not in China, but the United States. Should I have to do this even if I'm not in China?

cagprado commented on 2017-12-12 02:11

@archetypalsxe You mean you are trying VyprVPN right? I don’t know of any HyprVPN.

Are you in China? If you are, you need to configure vyprvpn manually using your network manager as explained in their website. While still connected to the VPN then you can use: vyprvpn l to login, then you should refresh your configuration: vyprvpn r finally you can disable the VPN in your manager and try to connect with the daemon: vyprvpn c

Otherwise, you’ll get status 400 or timeout everytime!

The logs are accessible via systemd.

Cheers,

archetypalsxe commented on 2017-12-02 17:14

Hello, I'm shopping around for a new VPN and thought that I would give VyprVPN a try. I keep receiving the following error message when I try to connect however:

"Error: Received status 400 from VyprVPN management service. Server connect request failed Received status 400 from VyprVPN management service. Server connect request failed"

I start up the daemon and login correctly, but then when I try to connect to any of the servers I get the error above. I tried at least 10 different servers, confirmed that my password was correct by logging into my account, confirmed that my subscription was active, and tried to connect with all of the available protocols with no luck. Couldn't find where logs were being dumped or a verbose setting, so I'm not sure how to troubleshoot this any further.

Please & thank you for any assistance in advance!

cagprado commented on 2017-11-05 09:37

@gantner Thank you for figuring it out! I was traveling… I‘m sorry for not having replied earlier!

Cheers

zoichi commented on 2017-11-03 20:41

Ah - the service has to be started first. on Arch - 'systemctl start vyprvpn' or older ubuntu might be 'service vyprvpn start' and then running 'vyprvpn login' works as expected