Anyone got this thing to run on Debian 8.2? I have installed it with no problems on Ubuntu and Mint, but have all kinds of problems on Debian.
QUOTES :Not sure what's going on but this doesn't do anything anymore except for delete pretty much everything from my install. It was working just a few days ago. I'm trying to get it running on Debian Jessie but it keeps wiping my system. Have to reinstall all DEs and fix dependencies, etc., etc.. Can't recommend trying this on the latest Debian release.Anyone experience this and figure out what's going on?EDIT: OK. Just reinstalling Jessie at this point.I am running Debian Jessie 8.1. Every time I run linux_install.sh, it first ask for the sudo password, then proceed to remove all sorts of KDE services that I am no longer able to log in to the machine. Why are you scripting to remove KDE related services and programs? This is the third time I tried and it happened all three times.When Debian Wheezy was running I could download the installer for ubuntu and everything went fine without destroying my OSWhat is up PIA? I really like the convenience and extra encryption and reliability provied by PIA program. It works like charm on Linux Mint KDE ed. Why not on Debian Jessie?I have experienced the same problems with a lot of deletions making my system unusable.From the release notes :The installer will attempt to apt-get install 4 dependencies: libjpeg62, libxss1, libappindicator1, libgail18The problem seems to be with libjpeg62 .If I simulate apt install :apt-get install -s libjpeg62this is the result :The following NEW packages will be installed: esound-common foomatic-filters libaudiofile1 libesd0 libjpeg620 upgraded, 5 newly installed, 281 to remove and 19 not upgraded.libjpeg62 has been replaced by libjpeg62-turbo so the script needs attention and updating.
The previous entry is from a previous comment of mine .I am still waiting for an update from support and Kat about an update to Beta V.47
- Fix IP leak vulnerability
@pjnsmbYou simply need to get libjpeg.so.62 onto your system somehow. You could use a different .deb package or you could probably compile it yourself from source. Or you could extract the libjpeg62 package yourself and place the file in /usr/lib.
@deathhilarioushttps://www.privateinternetaccess.com/forum/discussion/comment/21575/#Comment_21575You are correct about the encrypted home directory causing problems. The above link should point you in the right direction.
Maxfli:You need to install libcrypt11 from an older linux release... go here:https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-security-proposed/+archive/ubuntu/ppa/+build/7110687/+files/libgcrypt11_1.5.4-2ubuntu1.1_amd64.debdownload that .deb and install it, that will fix your libtide/libcrypt error