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You can connect to remote server through proxy by openvpn command line options like this: sudo openvpn --config /path/to/config-file.ovpn --http-proxy proxy_server_addr port Or if proxy uses socks: sudo openvpn --config /path/to/config-file.ovpn --socks-proxy proxy_server_addr port If proxy server requiers authentication, the console prompt you to ...


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This usually means you typed the wrong password (either the user password or the group password). The hint is the last line of the debug log: /usr/sbin/vpnc: noninteractive can't reuse password Since you configured the vpn through network manager, the vpnc command is invoked non-interactively and it can't ask for a new password once it detects the one ...


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I recently needed to get this working as well. It's quite tricky. The main points: You must install 32-bit Firefox (16.04 ships with the 64-bit version) You must install 32-bit Oracle Java (not OpenJRE) You must manually install the 32-bit Firefox plugin. You cannot use the webupd8 Java installer to install Oracle's Java because it will always match your ...


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Due to my lack of ability to follow simple instructions it seems, reviewing the setup instructions by the provider, I seemed to have missed a vital step which was to add a script to my .ovpn config to run update-resolv-conf This then fixed it. Apologies for time wasting and many thanks to Thomas for his help and persistance.


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It depends on the type of VPN. You may need to consult your VPN provider's documentation, or contact their support services to find out what type of VPN it is. For a "vpnc" VPN: Open a terminal (Alt-Ctrl-T) and type the following command, entering your password when prompted: sudo apt-get install network-manager-vpnc-gnome For an "openvpn" VPN: Open a ...


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There are many websites that provide information on this, here's two that I initially found: http://linuxsurvival.com/ http://psychocats.net/ubuntu/ If there is something specific you want to learn, just look it up. IE, want to know how to setup ssh on your system? Look up (Google) "How to setup SSH on Ubuntu". The first result is a really good resource: ...


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You should install OpenVPN along with easy-rsa sudo apt-get install openvpn easy-rsa and copy over the Easy-RSA generation scripts cp -r /usr/share/easy-rsa/ /etc/openvpn



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