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December 23, 2009 at 12:01 pm in reply to: Solution: How to install Zeroshell in Hard drive [WinXP] #45709
Another solution is to just use Win Image, from here:
Just extract the image and burn to hard disk.
I disabled the compression. Not much of a difference, about 30% less.
Currently i’m on beta 11. I’ll go to beta 12.
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.
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.July 8, 2009 at 12:04 pm in reply to: Setup OPENVPN with the client having only port 80 access #48328
surely does . thxJuly 5, 2009 at 9:56 am in reply to: Setup OPENVPN with the client having only port 80 access #48326
…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.