Hey @insomnyak. I’m not sure anyone has tried running boringproxy on WSL yet. Is it the server or the client in WSL? That error means that file is missing on the server, so first thing to check is to log in and see if the file exists.
@hlolve thank you!!! This helped solve that error.
However, afterwards I faced an SSH authentication error despite being able to remote SSH into the server from the client.
@anders I took a step back and started from scratch using a Raspberry Pi with the Ubuntu OS. I was able to get that working correctly. This is my preferred method for now instead of relying on a paid VPS.
Thank you both! Really appreciate the help and insight.