In this article:
- Twingate Component: Client
- Platform: Linux
- Version: 1.0.50
The Twingate Linux Client, version 1.0.50, has a known issue that can result in the Linux Client to crash in some environments.
- The Linux Client crashes before successfully connecting.
- The below
unconfigured quic::network_stack_t instancemessage is seen in the Linux Twingate Client Logs.
twingated: [ERROR] get: WARNING: using an unconfigured quic::network_stack_t instance
systemd: twingate.service: Main process exited, code=dumped, status=11/SEGV
systemd: twingate.service: Failed with result 'core-dump'.
systemd: twingate.service: Scheduled restart job, restart counter is at 1.
systemd: Stopped Twingate Remote Access Client.
The underlying issue will be resolved in a future Linux Client release. Until then, a downgrade of the Linux Client is needed. It is advised to downgrade to the Twingate Linux Client 1.0.37 as there is a known issue in 1.0.49 covered in the below related section.
Downgrade the Client through your applicable Linux package manager.
- Debian/apt based systems will utilize the below command:
sudo apt install twingate=184.108.40.206358