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comment Get real IP after OpenVPN tunneling
(you can possibely get the IP from the openVPN log but you while almost never be able to get the public IP of your user as you NAT them inside the tunnel.
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comment Get real IP after OpenVPN tunneling
Hello and welcom on StackExchange Unix & Linux, first of all to ask a good question please consult the take a tour section. The problem here is that you do not give your openVPN configuration. When you explain your problem always first explain your goals and possibly express it through an example. Then describe what you've done and how. Finally explain clearly where you failled and it should be easier for us to help you.
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comment Best way to swap filenames
easy way indeed :D
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comment Understanding UNIX permissions and their attributes
Please next time try to ask only one question, multiple question are usually bad for referencing and almost never addressed all at the same time.
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comment Remap Return key in terminal to prevent accidental command on productions servers
interesting question, I have no clue, but really interesting
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comment How can I use a linux shell script to change directories and copy files?
Hello and welcome on stackexchange site web dedicated to linux and unix system. As you will realize, you will probably have very few answer without showing a bit of work. to ask a correct question, you should describe what you want to do, what you have done, what is the expected result, and what is the result you get. You can edit your question to add more detail and you can consult the help to ask a better question or directly this article