Install Liveperson

Open the Ubuntu Software center

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http://www.liveperson.com

Linux

http://solutions.liveperson.com/agent-console/launch/lpac_frame.html
Windows

http://agent.liveperson.net/LPAC/INSTALLER/GA/LPAC_WIN.exe
Mac

http://agent.liveperson.net/LPAC/INSTALLER/GAEA/LPAC_OSX.dmg

(Complete the form with your login credentials & Log in)

My Liveperson Agent Console Download


cd ~/Downloads

javaws LPAC-GA.jnlp


Cisco VPN on Ubuntu 14.04

To get started, search for and install network-manager-vpnc package from Ubuntu Software Center. Or, do a:

sudo apt-get install network-manager-vpnc

Once installed, you can follow below steps to setup Cisco VPN for Ubuntu:

1.) Move your cursor to right-top corner system tray area, click on Network Manager icon and choose VPN Connections -> Configure VPN

2.) In next window, click on Add button to add a new connection and then choose Cisco Compatible VPN (vpnc) from the drop-down menu.

3.) Click on Create and you’re able to type in your Cisco VPN details in next window. After all, check off “Use this connection only for resources on its network” otherwise your traffic significantly slowed down

Have a PCF File?


cd /etc/vpnc
mv default.conf default.conf.bk

Now convert the pcf file:


pcf2vpnc namofpcffile.pcf default.conf

Then to run it, you simply do


sudo vpnc /path/to/new.conf

How do I include lines in resolv.conf that won’t get lost on reboot?

It’s probably better to have your DNS server be able to resolve ‘puppet’ to the right address, and either to have your DHCP server hand out the DNS nameserver address and search list or else (if you have static IP addresses) to have something like the following in /etc/network/interfaces.

iface eth0 inet static
address 192.168.3.3
netmask 255.255.255.0
gateway 192.168.3.1
dns-search example.com
dns-nameservers 192.168.3.45 192.168.8.10

But if you do want to do it via the resolvconf configuration files you will want to edit /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/base. In that file, put in your info as you would in resolv.conf.

nameserver 192.168.1.XXX

Then tell resolvconf to regenerate resolv.conf.

sudo resolvconf -u