OpenFortiGUI 0.9.0 and Ubuntu 20.04 support

OpenFortiGUI 0.9.0 is out with stable builds for Ubuntu 20.04!

Changes:
– New OTP features: otp_prompt_string, otp_delay (both from openfortivpn), always ask for OTP token option, otp enhancements
– Update openfortivpn core to version 1.14.0
– Enables SUDO Preserve-Env fix for affected OSes automatically (only Ubuntu/Debian)

Have fun.

You can find the download and details on the project page.

4 thoughts on “OpenFortiGUI 0.9.0 and Ubuntu 20.04 support

  1. Jan

    Solution, cannot connect

    Maybe because iyour OpenfortiGUI cannot set DNS in /root/etc/systemd/resolved.conf

    DNS and FallbackDNS are to be active and blank (not hashed or set manually). OpenfortiGUI can now pupulate these entries.

    # edit resolved.conf as root and adapt as follows:

    [Resolve]
    DNS=
    FallbackDNS=

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  2. Stefan Leitner

    Hello!

    I do have a problem with the new version for Ubuntu 20.04, even when –insecure-ssl is checked I get the following error message:

    INFO: Start tunnel.
    DEBUG: server_addr: [IP]
    DEBUG: server_port: [PORT]
    DEBUG: gateway_addr: [IP]
    DEBUG: gateway_port: [PORT]
    ERROR: SSL_connect: error:141A318A:SSL routines:tls_process_ske_dhe:dh key too small
    You might want to try –insecure-ssl or specify a different –cipher-list
    INFO: Closed connection to gateway.
    DEBUG: server_addr: [IP]
    DEBUG: server_port: [PORT]
    DEBUG: gateway_addr: [IP]
    DEBUG: gateway_port: [PORT]
    ERROR: SSL_connect: error:141A318A:SSL routines:tls_process_ske_dhe:dh key too small
    You might want to try –insecure-ssl or specify a different –cipher-list
    INFO: Could not log out.

    Any hints?

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    1. Warwick O'Toole

      I have experienced the same issue as Stefan.
      I tried using the Insecure SSL option but that didn’t work.
      Is there any workaround for this issue

      Reply
  3. Patrick

    Hi guys I installed the openfortigui on UBUNTU 20 LTS , but I don’t connect with my vpn, anyway can helpme?

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