Most linux Distros have Support for OpenVPN and PPTP

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Most linux Distros have Support for OpenVPN and PPTP

Postby Lindaawilsoons on Mon Mar 25, 2019 1:19 am

Doesn't most linux distros have support for OpenVPN and PPTP out of the box? If not, just install the network-manager-openvpn apt package if you're on a debian system and you should be able to configure your VPN directly via your network manager.

**Update: I have one guide, look into
https://www.bestvpn.co/free-vpn-for-linux/
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Re: Most linux Distros have Support for OpenVPN and PPTP

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Re: Most linux Distros have Support for OpenVPN and PPTP

Postby UnonaFary on Fri Mar 29, 2019 4:57 am

For me VeePN is the best VPN service ever! It runs Linux. And the reason for me to pay for this service is the fact that VeePN follows a strict No Logs policy. This means VeePN do not record or store any of my personal information (IP, browsing history, location). I am not sure that free-variants provide this.
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