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You can log in to the server and start a screen (type screen. If not installed, you can get it with apt-get install screen in debian or ubuntu or yum install screen in fedora), which creates a new terminal session that can keep running even when your ssh connection is closed. Inside the screen session start your OpenVPN. You can detach the session (exit and ...


When you use the SSH client it get the private keys from the SSH Agent. This kind of information, your computer public key, or the public keys of server where you've connected are stored in: ~/youruser/.ssh/ # Same as /home/youruser/.ssh/ When you launch the SSH client, it uses the private key from the SSH Agent, without asking for the private key ...

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