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    hi
    could anyone guide me how to install the cisco vpn client on my debian system,

    i downloaded the file: Cisco_VPN_Client_v4.8.01.0640_Linux.x86_64.rar

    and unzip it,

    this is what i did,
    ==============

    kunetdeb02:/home/joe/vpnclient# ls
    0DayCar.html Cisco_VPN_Client_v4.8.01.0640_Linux.x86_64.rar vpnclient
    0DayCar.jpg setup.tar.gz zwt.nfo
    kunetdeb02:/home/joe/vpnclient# cd vpnclient/
    kunetdeb02:/home/joe/vpnclient/vpnclient# ls
    cisco_cert_mgr IPSecDrvOSFunctions.h linuxcniapi.c vpnapi.h
    Cniapi.h IPSecDrvOS_linux.c linuxcniapi.h vpnclient
    config.h IPSecDrvOS_linux.h linuxkernelapi.c vpnclient.ini
    cvpnd ipseclog linux_os.h vpnclient_init
    driver_build.sh libdriver64.so Makefile vpn_install
    frag.c libdriver.so mtu.h vpn_ioctl_linux.h
    frag.h libvpnapi.so sample.pcf vpn_uninstall
    GenDefs.h license.rtf unixcniapi.h
    interceptor.c license.txt unixkernelapi.h
    kunetdeb02:/home/joe/vpnclient/vpnclient#
    kunetdeb02:/home/joe/vpnclient/vpnclient# ./vpn_install
    Cisco Systems VPN Client Version 4.8.01 (0640) Linux Installer
    Copyright (C) 1998-2006 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

    By installing this product you agree that you have read the
    license.txt file (The VPN Client license) and will comply with
    its terms.


    Directory where binaries will be installed [/usr/local/bin]

    Automatically start the VPN service at boot time [yes]

    In order to build the VPN kernel module, you must have the
    kernel headers for the version of the kernel you are running.

    For RedHat 6.x users these files are installed in /usr/src/linux by default
    For RedHat 7.x users these files are installed in /usr/src/linux-2.4 by default
    For Suse 7.3 users these files are installed in /usr/src/linux-2.4.10.SuSE by default

    Directory containing linux kernel source code []

    * Binaries will be installed in "/usr/local/bin".
    * Modules will be installed in "/lib/modules/2.6.18-6-686/CiscoVPN".
    * The VPN service will be started AUTOMATICALLY at boot time.
    * Kernel source from "" will be used to build the module.

    Is the above correct [y]

    Making module
    ./driver_build.sh
    Cisco Systems VPN Client Version BUILDVER_STRING
    Copyright (C) 1998-2001 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

    usage:
    ./driver_build.sh 'kernel_src_dir'

    'kernel_src_dir' is the directory containing the linux kernel sour
    ce

    Failed to make module "cisco_ipsec.ko".
    kunetdeb02:/home/joe/vpnclient/vpnclient#

    ==============

    pls help
    chears
    joe

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    i managed to install the client/kernelmodule by following this site:

    asingh.net / ?p=293

    i cant post links yet so u gotta remove the spaces

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    Try to use the kvpn gui tools may be help full for u

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