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  1. Request to create a PureVPN application for Linux (GUI Based)

    Please create a PureVPN application for Linux (GUI based)

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  2. Distribute Linux app as a flatpak

    It is no question that Linux users love choice, and some of the best distributions do not easily support .deb or .rpm packages. Namely, Gentoo, Arch, Void, NixOS, and Clear Linux. These are all unique distros that I like to use, and they all use various packaging methods. Luckily, flatpak is supported on all of them (see https://flatpak.org/setup/).

    Please add flatpak as a package format for the Linux client, whether it is the current command-line version or a future GUI version. This would be incredibly helpful for so many users that use distributions other than Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, or…

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  3. Ubuntu not reflecting connection status

    It's probably an ubuntu problem, but the connection status is not displaying correctly in the status box in the upper right of ubuntu. When I check status is says vpn off and would not start, however on the command line it displays that I am connected. Thanks for your help logging in, I forgot to provide purevpn at the beginning of my username and couldn't log in, chat line was awesome and pretty quick to provide what I needed

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  4. BUG: Connecting to country does not work on Linux cli

    When I select Australia in the Linux Client on Ubuntu, I get connected to
    IPv4: 27.50.73.123
    ISP: ServersAustralia
    Services: Network Sharing Device
    City: Inveresk
    Region: Scotland
    Country: United Kingdom

    Which is obviously not in Australia. It would be very helpful to have the option to select a specific city as you can on Windows. It seems like the "fastest" server is chosen automatically. for some reason you think this server is in Australia, so it will always be the fastest when connecting from Europe. This doesnt seem to be an issue for other countries like New Zealand or Vietnam, but…

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  6. Include ping test function into linux command line app

    I know linux users are still a minority but if you could include the ping test function (as in andoid) into the command line app then that's probably all what's needed. The linux community is well experienced and can write theire own scripts around your command line tool or even create a GUI frontend for it.

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    Hi,

    Thank you for choosing PureVPN for your desired VPN needs,

    Thanks, we aim to provide a friendly service, the idea that you have suggested is absolutely fascinating.

    We are adding this to our considerations and you will be updated once we are adding this feature.

    Keep sharing your wonderful ideas !

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