Hi,

I've been trying to figure this one out for quite a while now and I realized that in the mean time you guys have released BT4beta. Before I go through setting up my bt3 again, though I'd rather wait until you release BT4 final and was wondering if someone could help me with the issue I'm having with BT3 and openvpn.

I've setup the .conf file and it's working fine on other distributions. However, on BT3 I'm getting the following error message:

Note: Cannot open TUN/TAP dev tun No such file or directory (errno=2)

Here's what I've tried so far:

mkdir -p /dev/net
mknod /dev/net/tun c 10 200
modprobe tun

No change here.

I've also chmodded /dev/net and /dev/net/tun to 600, but nothing has changed.

I've then tried to reinstall the tun driver (vtun-3.0.1), however it told the following during compilation:

linking linux/tun_dev.c to tun_dev.c
ln: creating symbolic link `tun_dev.c': Operation not permitted
linking linux/tap_dev.c to tap_dev.c
ln: creating symbolic link `tap_dev.c': Operation not permitted
linking generic/tun_dev.c to tun_dev.c
ln: creating symbolic link `tun_dev.c': Operation not permitted
linking generic/tap_dev.c to tap_dev.c
ln: creating symbolic link `tap_dev.c': Operation not permitted
linking generic/pty_dev.c to pty_dev.c
ln: creating symbolic link `pty_dev.c': Operation not permitted
linking generic/pipe_dev.c to pipe_dev.c
ln: creating symbolic link `pipe_dev.c': Operation not permitted
linking generic/tcp_proto.c to tcp_proto.c
ln: creating symbolic link `tcp_proto.c': Operation not permitted
linking generic/udp_proto.c to udp_proto.c
ln: creating symbolic link `udp_proto.c': Operation not permitted

And yeah, that's about how far I got.... Anybody has a better idea?

Your help would be highly appreciated!

Thanks,

Phil