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Sonicwall NetExtender and Xubuntu 11.10 (32bit) —

I have had alot experience getting Sonicwall NetExtender to work in Linux.. sometimes it installs fine, sometimes it doesn’t.

Typically the process is thus:

#1 You visit the URL of your Sonicwall.
#2 Login
#3 Download the tar.gz file for NetExtender once it figures out you are using Linux.
#4 Extract this file someplace.
#5 In a terminal you need to launch the “install” script that is included as sudo, not root, because it won’t let you.
sudo ./install

However…

In this version of ubuntu (XFCE, Xubuntu 11.10) I got an error about libssl missing.

So.. I installed the 32bit libssl and everything seemed to work out fine.

sudo apt-get install libssl0.9.8:i386


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One Comment

  1. Jess says:

    I’m frustrated, I installed netextender on Centos .. and it lets me connect to my sonicwall from my computer at home for about five seconds, then it drops the connection and uninstalls itself?? What the??

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