Our VPN settings configurations are supported on the most popular Linux distributions: Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, Fedora and Arch. Works on both 64-bit and 32-bit versions. Planet VPN offers top speed, DNS and IP leak protection, a 30-day money-back guarantee, and responsive support. All you need to fully protect your data online is to use Planet VPN on Linux.
In order to install OpenVPN on Debian-based systems (Linux Mint, Ubuntu), you need to open a terminal with a console (from the menu in the bottom panel, or using the command line).
Next, we drive the following command into the terminal console: sudo apt-get install openvpn and press [Enter] and observe the installation of openvpn.
Now DOWNLOAD one or more configuration files for OpenVpn to your PC.
Go to the terminal console to the directory with the downloaded file. This is usually done with the command: cd ~/Downloads/ ; less common: cd ~/Downloads/
To check if the *.ovpn file exists in the directory, enter the command: ls | grep *.ovpn; or immediately the name of the loaded configuration: ls Dallas.ovpn
Next, we import the configuration file into OpenVPN.To do this, in the terminal console, after the name of the directory with the configuration file, enter the command, for example: sudo openvpn --config Dallas.ovpn ; where "Dallas.ovpn" is the name of the configuration file saved on the computer.
VPN connection in Linux, with Planet VPN settings installed! To stop openvpn, close the Terminal window, or type: sudo systemctl stop openvpn.service or sudo systemctl disable openvpn.service or sudo service openvpn stop
Now your device is under reliable protection. Thank you for choosing our service.