I'm trying to install the AnyConnect VPN client on Linux (Ubuntu 13.04) and I've downloaded the vpnsetup.sh script for installation. After granting it permission and running the shell script in terminal, I get this error message:
Installing Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client ...
./vpnsetup.sh: 1: ./vpnsetup.sh: hdid: not found
./vpnsetup.sh: 35: ./vpnsetup.sh: installer: not found
I think the install process is pretty straightforward and I can't think of anything as to why this could be happening. Please let me know what you think.
I also need to connect to my office Cisco AnyConnect VPN from Ubuntu 13.04. I installed the "network-manager-openconnect-gnome" package with the Ubuntu package manager and it works well. To configure it (after it is installed) I went to the network menu in the menu bar (where I normally choose my wireless network) and selected "VPN Connections" and then "Configure VPN..." To install the package you can use the Ubuntu Software Center and search for "network-manager-openconnect-gnome", or you can use the terminal and type "sudo apt-get install network-manager-openconnect-gnome"