Hi Team, your linux-files.zip file, i.e. That's mentioned on following link needs updating --->
Actual link to file that needs updating below :
Needed urgently as UK servers among others are out of date. Needed for bulk global update on packages many people use within OpenVPN within Linux.
Many thanks in advance9 votes
I am using Windows 10 for purevpn but my primary os is linux slackware 14.2. There is another vpn that I used with Slackware but it was very slow. They seamed to only need a file for openvpn to become operational.1 vote
I think it'd be cool to have a comprehensive GUI server list for optimal openvpn Linux connections. It's nice knowing what servers are over loaded and which ones are not. It'd be easier to do this in Windows or OSX first, then try to create a Linux compatible one, but I think it'd be really useful in the long run.1 vote
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This might be more of a question than a suggestion, because the PureVPN configuration set up is different than NordVpn or PIA. BUT
I recall using a script relating to "update-resolv-conf," which when copy/pasted into a particular configuration file, it halted DNS leaks. Perhaps there's a way to do this in the PureVPN config-files for OVPN? Just a thought. I tried copy/pasting them and it did not have the same result, which isn't surprising and I am not disappointed. I was just curious. :31 vote
You could use a set up guide for openSUSE ,after all it is the 4th most used linux flavor according to "Distro Watch" --
flavor according to "Distro Watch"---https://distrowatch.com/index.php?dataspan=26, right behind 1. Mint 2.Debian 3.Ubuntu 4.openSUSE and you have install guides for 1,2,and 3--also for Razzbury PI. I think SUSE should have come before RAZZ pi just by the user base numbers5 votes
OpenVPN through Network Manager is very simple, but an app would mean access to the Internet Kill Switch. My current VPN allows for this, and it's the only obstacle to changing over to PureVPN instantly.43 votes
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