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  • in reply to: Solution: How to install Zeroshell in Hard drive [WinXP] #45709
    vadimka
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    Another solution is to just use Win Image, from here:
    http://www.softpedia.com/get/CD-DVD-Tools/CD-DVD-Images-Utils/WinImage.shtml
    Just extract the image and burn to hard disk.

    in reply to: VERY HIGH (up to 180%) processor load #48485
    vadimka
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    I disabled the compression. Not much of a difference, about 30% less.

    Currently i’m on beta 11. I’ll go to beta 12.

    in reply to: VERY HIGH (up to 180%) processor load #48479
    vadimka
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    I made the firewall change, but there is no difference.
    The load seems heavily connected with VPN traffic. If VPN connection is idle(<1megabyte) , system load is quite low, ~20% , but at a sustained VPN speed of 7 megabytes (~750 kB/S) , the load is 160%.
    Quite strange, taking into consideration that i can have traffic up to 90 Mbit/s on non-vpn interfaces with minimal load.

    in reply to: OpenVPN disable Comp-LZO #48278
    vadimka
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    It seems it cannot be done. Openvpn is compiled with this option, so you will have to re-compile OpenVpn without LZO , and integrate it into zeroshell. It might work like this, but i don’t know if it is possible.

    vadimka
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    surely does . thx

    vadimka
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    …Well, it seems the best help is still from myself ..

    I found the solution. Basically, you have httpd.conf where you change the listen port from 80 to whatever you want, restart the web server with “./apachectl -k restart”, and then happily start openvpn server on port 80. Still, on reboot this configuration is lost, it seems that httpd.conf is rewritten on reboot. I have found a workaround on this also, but i’ll wirite it only if you’re interested…
    ..But I guess you’re not.

    in reply to: HOW Create DHCP ? #45521
    vadimka
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    Here is my DHCP setup. If you have internal LAN on eth00, and zeroshell ip on eth00 is 192.168.0.1, you can use exactly the same settings

    the lower box, with static IP entries, is not necessary.

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