Thankfully, Paul Smith at Mad-Scientist.us has put together a great script which allows connection to a Juniper WebVPN from a Ubuntu-based distro. He has a great write up on his blog, so I won't repeat his instructions here, other than to say he makes it incredibly simple to get connected to your institution WebVPN.
I followed his instructions on a reasonably fresh install of Bodhi Linux*, and ended up running into a "missing /etc/resolv.conf" error. This can be fixed by running the following command:
Answer Yes to all the prompts and restart your machine once the tool finishes.
sudo dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf
Launching Paul's script (hosted here at Github, should you want to check out the code), should now present you with a working GUI, allowing you to connect you to your WebVPN. He also provides the option of connecting via the command line, detailed further in his blog post
As usual, any issues or comments in the box below!
* If you haven't checked this distro out, I highly recommend it - it absolutely flies even on older hardware, and is Ubuntu-based giving access to the huge Ubuntu software repositories
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