Is it possible a little Sabayon support for a VPN client?

Hi, I really need to use fortissslvpn plugin for the network manager, under KDE, I’ve requested that long time ago in Sabayons bug system. Right now it is possible to add a config for it, but when I try to connect it says the plugin is missing. Could anybody help me? My job depends on it in a few weeks from now.

I see a package here: https://packages.gentoo.org/packages/net-vpn/openfortivpn

Thank you in advance.

I’ll add it. It will first go through Limbo testing repository.

Thank you so much!!!

Thank you, I’ve got it!
How do I use it? KDE network manager still complains about missing the plugin.
Shall I use it in command line only?

@joost_op, I’ve found the issue, sorry I have not found it form the start. It seems there must be added https://packages.gentoo.org/packages/net-vpn/networkmanager-fortisslvpn too for the network manager to work, although this seems to be Gnome. Do you confirm? What is the issue, a configuration? Why KDE network manager can’t see “the plugin”, what is that plugin?

Guess so. I will add it to Entropy.

Man, you are a hero! :slight_smile:

I finally got Sabayon installed on my desktop again. Now I try to upgrade the software, and there is no community repo to connect to. I will admit I mainly installed Sabayon because I wanted to install Mocaccino and had no luck doing so, so I was going to try to upgrade through Sabayon, but I really missed Sabayon too.

How do I connect Sabayon to the repos to upgrade my software? And can I still use Entropy? I don’t see anything about Entropy in anything I’ve read about Mocaccino on the Internet to date…

Thank you so much, @joost_op, it works fine!

See the instructions here