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How to install MyCrypNet on Linux®

This tutorial shows how to install MyCrypNet on Linux®.

How to install MyCrypNet on Linux®

If you want the installation with a GNOME environnent, take a look here.

You must have a MyCrypNet access first. You can buy one here or ask a delegation to someone who bought one.

Step 1: Download and install the software

From the source code

Download the source code. Download

tar -xvzf openvpn-latest-stable.tar.gz

cd openvpn-latest-stable

apt-get install liblzo1 or yum install liblzo1-devel

./configure --prefix=/opt/openvpn --enable-strict --with-ssl-headers=/usr/include/openssl --with-ssl-lib=/lib64 --with-lzo-headers=/usr/include/lzo --with-lzo-lib=/usr/lib64

make

make check

make install

From a package repository

For “Debian-like”: sudo apt-get install openvpn resolvconf

Step 2: Download the settings file

Download the MyCrypNet.conf file in /etc/openvpn. MyCrypNet.conf

The profile will be installed globally.

Rename the file to have multiple simultaneous profiles.

In that case, be careful to also rename the cert and key paths in the configuration file (vpn.cert and vpn.key).

Step 3: Download the key and certificate

Download the two settings files (vpn.cert and vpn.key) from the “Your apps” page or the “Delegated apps” page and put them into /etc/openvpn too.

In case of multiple profiles, rename these files according to the previous step.

Step 4: Run OpenVPN

Start OpenVPN :

sudo systemctl start openvpn@MyCrypNet

You are connected to the tunnel !

To start OpenVPN automatically at boot :

sudo systemctl enable openvpn@MyCrypNet

Final step: Check the connexion

Check your new IP: Whatismyip

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