Then, installed the strong Swan using the source code on the Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS trusty.
To this end, I used the following commands: $cd /usr/src $sudo wget $sudo tar –xvzf strongswan-5.3.3gz $cd strongswan-5.3.3 $./configure --prefix=/usr/local -–enable-pkcs11 -–enable-openssl Then I tried to resolve the probable errors through installing some prerequisite packages for strongswan source compilation & installation like libgmp10, libgmp-dev, and libssl-dev.
After all, I followed the instructions in Windows7 to configure the third case namely Authentication using EAP-MSCHAP v2.
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Occasionally, the Dropbox desktop application may fail to install and show an error message instead of completing.
The most common cause for a failed installation is incomplete downloads—often due to network interruptions or server-side errors—and the simplest solution is to retry.
If you've tried all of the above troubleshooting measures but you're still encountering an install failure, or if you're seeing an error message like the one below but with a specific code number, please check the Dropbox forums or contact Dropbox support.
I configured the strong Swan on Ubuntu following the instructions in strong Swan User Documentation, and it is running well. But there is probably some fundamental configuration (or perhaps firewall) issue.