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[Xen-users] No /dev/net/tun in dom0

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Subject: [Xen-users] No /dev/net/tun in dom0
From: Morten Christensen <mc-xen@xxxxx>
Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2007 20:56:47 +0100
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I have a dom0 with Debian Etch, created with Xen-tools, that I want to use as a OpenVPN-server.

I cannot start the openvpn-deamon, it cannot open the TUN/TAP dev /dev/net/tun The dom0 does not have a directory /dev/net and if I create it, it is away after the next reboot.

Can I get a staying  /dev/net/tun in the dom0 ?

Morten Christensen

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