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How to set up OpenVPN on Ubuntu
Download the our VPN profiles from here. Extract them to a safe location on your computer.
Click on Applications and go into the Ubuntu Software Center.
Make sure that the Network Manager applet is installed.
Make sure that the OpenVPN VPN Connection Manager is installed.
Click on the network icon in the top bar.
Find the OpenVPN profiles you extracted in the beginning of this tutorial. Select one to import.
Check the imported connection. Type in your USAIP VPN username in the User name field.
DO NOT FILL OUT THE PASSWORD FIELD HERE! (The Ubuntu password manager may be buggy and you will not be able to use your VPN connection if the password is filled out)
Click the network icon and select the OpenVPN profile you want to use. Click it to connect. Type in your username. DO NOT CLICK THE REMEMBER PASSWORDS CHECKBOX. Click OK.
The Ubuntu OpenVPN connection manager is buggy and needs manual help to finish the connection. Type the following 2 commands into a shell or command terminal after connection.
To disconnect. click the network icon again, select the VPN name you wish to disconnect.