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    joar
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    I put up a zeroshell box and got a openvpn server up ok.
    Connecting from a linux pc in command line modus also works fine – but how do i disconnect the openvpn client in command line modus?

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    joar
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    Hehe
    ctrl+c
    Joar

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    That works, but you can use signals to control OpenVPN more precisely. From http://openvpn.net/howto.html

    * SIGUSR1 — Conditional restart, designed to restart without root privileges
    * SIGUSR2 — Output connection statistics to log file or syslog
    * SIGHUP — Hard restart
    * SIGTERM, SIGINT — Exit

    For the Windows client,

    * F1 — Conditional restart (doesn’t close/reopen TAP adapter)
    * F2 — Show connection statistics
    * F3 — Hard restart
    * F4 — Exit

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