OpenConnect + Network Manager and --os flag

Brian Kosick bkosick at
Mon Sep 23 19:31:19 EDT 2013

Hi All,

I'm using Fedora 19 and Openconnect, I'd like to use NetworkManager and
Open Connect, but due to a mis-configured corporate AnyConnect Server, I
need to use the --os flag to report as a 32bit linux system rather than
a 64 linux system.   I've put in a ticket to fix the corporate vpn for
64bit linux systems, but the response time is glacially slow and will
probably never reach the right people.  

Is there anyway to set a default config file for openconnect that
Network Manager will pick up/use?   Here's my command working command

sudo openconnect --script=/etc/vpnc/vpnc-script --csd-user=myuser
--csd-wrapper=/etc/openvpn/ --os=linux
--authgroup=Corporate -u myuser --reconnect-timeout=60

Without the --os=linux flag, I get a cant find "sfinst" message

Got HTTP response: HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found (does not exist)
Cannot receive HTTP 1.0 body without closing connection

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