Installing OpenVPN on Linux

Configuring the Personal VPN on Linux Mint and Ubuntu variants. Other flavors of Linux are similar.

1 – Send us an email for the configuration files.

2 – Using Software Manager install OpenVPN and OpenVPN Connection Manager.

3 – Create a folder named openpvn in your home directory

4 – Unzip and paste the configuration files into the openvpn folder.

5 – Click on the Network Manager icon in the task bar. Click on VPN Connections, then click on Configure VPN
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Select 'Add'.
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Click on ‘Import a saved VPN configuration’
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Then Create
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Select one of the connections you want to use.
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Insert your SurfBouncer Personal VPN username and password, as shown below
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Repeat the steps above for all the connections you wish to use. You can always add additionnal connections later.
To connect to the VPN:

Click on the Network Manager icon, then click on VPN Connections. Select a connection
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When the Network Manager icon shows the lock as seen below, you are connected.
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