Ubuntu Draper on Evo N610C
I could not get vpnc to work, so i used the cisco client (non free) that we own at my company.
To compile the cisco vpn client i apparently had to compile a kernel.
it seems headers + buildtools was not enough
I would get this error: scripts/mod/modpost: No such file or directory
apt-get install linux-kernel-dev linux-sources linux-headers build-essential
#copying the default ubuntu config
cp /boot/config-2.6.15-25-38 .config
# just exit/save right away, config is ok already.
#on my machine ZD12111 would fail to compile, so edit .config and comment it out
# will run for 1hour +
Install Cisco client
tar xzvf vpnclient-xxxx.tgz
#start at boot -> yes
This is a nice gui to the cisco vpn client (provides gnome icon etc ...)
Download gvpn-dialer: https:sourceforge.net/projects/gvpn-dialer/
get the rpm (we will use alien to convert it into a .deb)
sudo apt-get install alien
sudo alien gvpn-dialerxxx.rpm
sudo dpkg -i gvpndialer_1.1-2_i386.deb
#there is a missing libpcre.so.0 just linking it to .so.3 fixes it
sudo ln -s libpcre.so.3 libpcre.so.0
edit preferences (set cisco client path and profile path)
create icon somewhere ('gksudo gvpndialer')
Getting the driver to work
My card (Airlink AWLC3025) was not working right, after long search i found that the acx driver was not working properly, and also it was conflicting with ndiswrapper, so i choose to disable the acx driver.
then install the windows card driver
ndiswrapper -i /tmp/tnet1130.inf
unplug and then plug back the card, it then should work.
Setting the interfaces and using whereami
I switch back and forth from home(wireless) to (work) wired, with "whereami" i can configure bothe network and get it to switch automaticaly to whichever is detected
See infos about whereami here:
Here is my setup:
testmii eth0 lan
set INTERFACE eth0
+wired setresolver nameserver 220.127.116.11
+wired cp /etc/network/interfaces.work /etc/network/interfaces
+wired /etc/init.d/networking restart
+wireless setresolver nameserver 18.104.22.168
+wireless cp /etc/network/interfaces.home /etc/network/interfaces
+wireless /etc/init.d/networking restart
iface lo inet loopback
iface eth0 inet static
iface lo inet loopback
iface wlan0 inet static
Hibernate works great out of the box
Suspend does not work, i never got it to work on this machine with any distro.
With ubuntu it goes to sleep, but can't be wake back up.
I give up on that, hibernate is good enough for me.