A great many things play into what constitutes sexual capital, and there are a number of ways that active exploitation and passive consumerism can make themselves manifest in relationships -- not only those in polyamorous configurations, but also in monogamous ones, as well as in zipless fucks/hook-up culture. This is something I would like to think about and discuss at more length, so I leave this here with you.
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A couple of initial notes; I find using the github repo ( https://github.com/SoftEtherVPN/SoftEtherVPN/ ) and compiling far more convenient than hunting for PPA's or using their strange download portal. Since I have fedora22, Ubuntu 15.04 and 15.10(Wily Warewolf) system's all of which are systemd based I've had to craft some systemd scripts. (Mainly for clients). And find out nice ways of getting the vpnclient to interact with network scripts.
To that end for Ubuntu 15.04 / 15.10 here is a quick recipe for the client:
* 1: Clone Git
**git clone https://github.com/SoftEtherVPN/SoftEtherVPN.git**
* 2: get dependencies
*apt-get install libreadline-dev ncurses-dev libssl-dev*
*3: Build and Install
** cd SofEtherVPN**
Note: this puts things into an odd place i.e /usr/vpn[bridge server client cmd] - did I mention it's quirky
*4: Setup a systemd service for the vpnclient
** vi /etc/systemd/system/vpnclient.service**
Add the following to it
**[Unit] ·········Description=Softether VPNClient Daemon ·········
ExecStart=/usr/vpnclient/vpnclient start ·········
You can now control the vpnclient via systemd (esoteric logging means if you want syslog like functions you have to run the full server and set a bunch of options inside it's main config file) otherwise logs get spat out in the /usr/vpn[x] direcotry ;-/
Configure your vpn using vpncmd as per the softether website instructions.
You should be able to get up your vpn at this point and have an unaddressed tap device in your ip link list. Now for ubuntu I found using the allow-hotplug directive on the softether created tap device works best.
doing something like
** allow-hotplug vpn_vpn0**
*iface vpn_vpn0 inet static*
will mean the second the softether vpn device comes up it will get connected. Depending on the particular softether configuration this will 'just work' as soon as the vpnclient connects.
This kinda works with dhcp as well, but requires manual if-up if-downing due to some link state flag not getting flicked and the network init script system not triggering a refresh when the tap adaptor shows up.
It also gives a single unified broker that supports multiple vpn protocols and listeners terminated to the same tap device.
A feature that some users like is the userspace Nat implementation. Personally I don't use thst as it's slow.
Also has pretty good user management and cert generation features.
Amazing to see people playing and enjoying the festival.
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