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Offline devil

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Re: Wireguard install
« Reply #15 on: 2020/06/06, 23:07:43 »
I have tried WireGuard within a project on an X220 and an X230, but that was not siduction but Ubuntu 20.04 which has WireGuard backported from 5.6 into their kernel 5.4. Worked fine on both (one as server, one as client).

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Re: Wireguard install
« Reply #16 on: 2020/06/13, 15:50:26 »
Hi devil, just to let you know, I installed Arch on the x230 (5.7.2-zen1-1-zen) and wireguard works fine so I think its something amiss in the 5.5.9 siduction kernels onward. I installed siduction-patience-nox-amd64-latest on another partition, upgraded and then tried to install wireguard but the meta-package wanted to pull in an RT kernel and headers. I had tried with the RT kernel previously so didnt bother and just installed wireguard-tools but still got the same error as I posted above '/dev/fd/63:5:1-99: Error: Could not process rule: No such file or directory'.
Which I think may be related to permissions though that's just a guess ;)
Ive tried 4 different 5.6+ kernels now on this machine and they all work except the Siduction ones
« Last Edit: 2020/06/13, 18:22:25 by evencarn »

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Re: Wireguard install
« Reply #17 on: 2020/07/05, 09:45:56 »
I have published an article in the latest Linux-Magazine on setting up WireGuard (still behind paywall) [1].
@evencarn: sorry, I still did not find the time to try this with siduction. As soon as I do, I'm sure we can find a solution.

[1]: https://www.linux-magazine.com/Issues/2020/237/WireGuard