How To Setup OpenVPN Client on Linux



The following will show you how to setup OpenVPN client on Debian & Redhat based Distro's (Fedora, CentOS, Mint, Ubuntu etc)

1. Download the Linux OpenVPN package from HERE
2. Extact/Uncompress the .ZIP file you just downloaded
3. Double click on the package that is for your system.  

   - i686.RPM = 32bit Redhat based systems (Fedora, CenOS etc)
   - i386.DEB = 32bit Debian based systems (Ubuntu, Mint etc)
   - 64.RPM = 64bit Redhat based systems (Fedora, CenOS etc)
   - amd64.DEB = 64
bit Debian based systems (Ubuntu, Mint etc)

celo openvpn linux installers


4. Your system will open another window with the system package manager.  Click on Install
5. 
Enter in your VPN username (not your password) and password
openvpn celo app username and password

6. Click on the Server/Location Name or Flag icon to change server and port
openvpn celo app server location


7. From the list Select a server/location and a port then click Connect
openvpn celo app server location port connect


 
8. Enter in the root/super user account password


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