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01-02-19

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We have been able to fix the Bitcoin payment issue, and you should now be able again to pay with Bit...

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21-01-19

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22-12-17

DNS mode performance

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  • Windows Vista caveats
  • We often get asked if Your Freedom runs on Windows Vista. Yes, it does. But that's only the short answer. The long answer is that you need to be aware of a few things and take appropriate measures.

     

    • Don't use the full installer version (that's the 28 meg one). The full installer version comes bundled with a version of Java that is not running very well under Vista, if at all. Install a current Java Runtime Environment (we recommend Sun's JDK6 available from Sun's Java page and use the installer version or the ZIP version of Your Freedom.

    • When using the installer version and you would like to run YF in dump mode, or if you are using OpenVPN mode, don't simply click on the start menu item to run it but right-click and choose "Run as administrator". If you don't YF won't be able to write the dump file in the install directory and it won't be able to install routes into the tunnel in the routing table. (Note that this fails SILENTLY, we will properly report it with the next client release.)
    • If you are running a 64 bit version of Vista, you need to add a command line option. Edit the links in the start menu and on the desktop by right-clicking on them, then choose Properties. In there select the link tab and locate the "target". Edit the value and append (after the double quotes and with a leading space) "--noappwizard".

    We will rectify these issues in the future so that Your Freedom will run on Vista without any corrective measures.

 
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