This tutorial explains how to set up OpenVPN on Fedora Linux. Follow step-by-step to set up a Linux Fedora VPN using the network manager.
1: Download the OpenVPN configuration files (ovpn files) which will be provided by your VPN service provider. Unzip those files if required.
2: Open your Fedora network settings, and click on the "+" sign next to VPN.
3: Click "Import from file"
4: Now navigate to the folder where you saved the configuration (.ovpn) files in Step 1. Select your desired VPN server file and click "Open"
5: Enter the username and password provided by your VPN service provider and click "Add"
6: Your VPN on Fedora profile has been created. Toggle the switch
7: Wait for the VPN on Fedora Linux to get connected.
VPN on Fedora is connected now. Later, you can connect and disconnect the VPN on Fedora Linux form the network menu.
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