Did anyone get openvpn working on DextersJB v1.6? Does the kernel (184.108.40.206-LeeDrOiD-HC-V2.1.0) has tun build-in? I'm trying to run OpenVPN for Android, but error out on "cannot find tun device".
I have been struggling with an OpenVPN issue for the last couple of days and am not sure what I am missing. I have "Site A" and "Site B". "Aite A" is where the OpenVPN server is located, and it is behind a NAT firewall (Cisco ASA). "Site B" has a Linux firewall, and OpenVPN is running on it directly.
I just installed Ubuntu 11.10 (64-bit) on my laptop.
Now after installing openvpn I can choose between "my" user and two other user accounts, openvpn and openvpn_as when starting my computer. As I used openvpn before on another distribution I don't think this is normal.
Good afternoon - I install Waldorf - and I want to make openvpn connection - but I have no "openvpn" command in the system. I make "sudo apt-get install newtork-manager-openvpn openvpn" - but "openvpn" command not available. Please help me.
I'm trying to set up OpenVPN on AmazonAWS. I'm pretty new to Linux so I followed a tutorial. I ran yum -y install openvpn
and I received a message saying it was successfully installed. The next step was to copy the files in /usr/share/openvpn/easy-rsa/2.0/ to /etc/openvpn/easy-rsa/.
Much to my surprise, the /usr/share/openvpn/easy-rsa/ directory was empty.
I have Openvpn working, but not the DNS and resolvconf part.I've followed the Openvpn wiki page and used the script (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/OpenVPN#DNS). I added the bash "-x" flag to follow its execution. It runs but does nothing to my resolv.conf file.I've also tried replacing the above script with a one liner hard coded for what my Openvpn server is
Hello, everybody. I have configured OpenVPN connection in Network Manager. When I try to connect I get error message "Connection failed. Activation...". Before I have got SELinux error too, but I changed policy.