Maybe defective device, when I go into task manager I have 320mb of ram..DougieLawson wrote:It works on mine.
Try CTRL+Z then bg 1 to put the task into the background.
After this part the Raspberry Pi freezes and does not come out of it. Maybe Openvpn is too resource dependent for the Pi?DougieLawson wrote:Looks like it's working.
Check it with
Made more progress, here is an image for reference:DougieLawson wrote:You need to have
in your ovpn file or the OpenVPN client can't find them.
I placed them in /usr/vpnDougieLawson wrote:Where are your end user cert & key files?
DougieLawson, you should consider joining Hackforums.netDougieLawson wrote:Yes.Kangaroo wrote:Would I be able to use a guide written for Ubuntu for Raspbian since they're built on the same base?
Yeah I have it installed I just can't find any documentation for setting it up as a client.ReBoot wrote:AFAIK the Client package is called openvpn. So sudo apt-get install openvpn is a good start
Ok no worries buddy, thanks for the helpDougieLawson wrote:Urrgh! You didn't say it was a file associations problem with your LXDE desktop. Sorry I don't use a GUI on my RPi so I don't know how to fix that.