Am 06.09.23 um 00:08 schrieb Christian Krause:
vpnc is a VPN client which can be used with certain VPN devices:
The last co-maintainer who actively maintained the package for the last
few years just stepped back. Since I don't have a use case for it
anymore (and no ability for testing), I'm going to orphan it in the next
The only package which depends on vpnc is NetworkManager-vpnc.
There is no active upstream for vpnc. However, according to the bug
reports for NetworkManager-vpnc, there might be still a few users.
Just curious - are there other IPsec implementations that could fill the
gap of vpnc? Or is vpnc very specific?
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