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Yeah, everything I've ever used that's Linux based has always been in a shell. I don't much care for Linux guis. I'll probably end up throwing Ubuntu phone on my Galaxy Nexus and that'll probably be the only gui I'll have.
post #12 of 12
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Originally Posted by ZDngrfld View Post

I'm assuming you're running a gui and used fahcontrol to setup your allowed ips? Doing it strictly with a shell can be weird. I've had some of my clients work just fine without needed to tinker with fahcontrol. I've had others that just didn't want to work. It was easier to just run fahcontrol and get it configured instead of messing with configs and whatnot until it worked. I should probably just make my own disto instead of setting it up from scratch every time... Someday I'll wise up biggrin.gif

For me, I did it as the guide shows. Open up config.xml with the command and paste in the IP ranges. But 10.10 has a GUI so its no more than editing a file in notepad. The guide is really simple. 1 to setup FAH. type username, team # and passkey. Enter a few times. The command to open the config. paste in IPs. Save. Then I do a service which is 1 command, a paste and save. Done.
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