I get the Whoops! /run/nordvpn/nordvpnd.sock file Tried reinstalling… tried many suggestions online… my nordvpn was downloaded to my download directory. Cant find anywhere where this nordvpnd.sock comes form or how to install it.
I had the same issue when I installed Ubuntu, but the 22.04.
Try this step-by-step approach. I think this is the one I used:
Yes I was using these instructions too. The only part I ignored as I didn’t think it was my problem was the permissions part. Maybe I need to understand that better. Thanks
This worked for me in Kubuntu 22.04.2 LTS x86_64
It seems that the upgrade changed the protocol
Setting to UDP worked!
Type the following commands into the Terminal window:
nordvpn set technology openvpn
nordvpn set protocol udp
Should the issue persist, please execute the following commands to reset the NordVPN Daemon:
sudo systemctl restart nordvpnd && sudo systemctl start nordvpnd && sudo systemctl enable nordvpnd
FIXED ! my version of Ubuntu is 18.04 LTS and is uses GLIBC 2.27-3 and the latest version of nordvpn using GLIBC 2.28 so I had to install and older version of nordvpn, nordvpn_3.15.5. This was suggested at Reddit - Dive into anything