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How can I translate these OpenVPN client configuration instructions to work with Fedora 20?

Here's the link to the full instructions. When I get to step 9, under the heading "9. Setup Client Config Files", it says: Now we will configure the openVPN to work as client. Remember that we ...
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SELinux re-labeling problem while attempting to run OpenVPN

I'm trying to run OpenVPN under Fedora 19 with selinux (selinux-policy-targeted) in enforcing mode, and I'm running into an AVC I'm not entirely sure how to handle. Starting OpenVPN from the command ...
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How can I make the eth1 up and always available for remote access, where eth0 will be used for host to host IPSec VPN?

I am running Amazon EC2 instance with Red hat enterprise linux, where I have two network interface. Now: eth0 is currently active having public ip where I am remotely logged in via SSH, to ...
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Configuring OpenVPN to share internet

my university is providing OpenVPN to provide public internet IP address for students (for some libraries etc.) - in other words, they are sharing their internet connection via openVPN... I would ...
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openvpn WARNING: No server certificate verification method has been enabled

I tried to install openvpn on debian squeez (server) and connect from my fedora 17 as (client). Here is my configuration: server configuration # Server TCP proto tcp port 1194 dev tun # Keys and ...
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No ports can be found using port scan

Problem: I have a laptop and a server (Home-Server) with fc17. They are both using the desktop environment. I am trying to set up a VNC server on Home-Server so that I can set everything up without ...
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Proxy or VPN behind the router

I have a home network under the router, and there is my proxy server with ports forwarded through the router. Some clients connects to the Internet via my proxy, but there is a little problem - ...
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Are there any better/safer methods to launch the OpenVPN client as a normal user?

I'm trying to connect to an OpenVPN server. It works perfectly when I use root to give out the commands to connect: openvpn /etc/openvpn/client.conf but with a normal user I get this error messages ...
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Passing the “--float” option to OpenVPN client from NetworkManager

NetworkManager on Fedora14 doesn't support the "--float" parameter of OpenVPN client. Are there any workarounds to connect with NetworkManager to an OpenVPN network using the --float option? Or are ...