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Do something like this server=$(cat /etc/openvpn/anonvpn.conf |grep remote|cut -d" " -f2) nextserver=$(grep -A1 $server /etc/openvpn/list.txt|grep -v $server) if [ -z "$nextserver" ]; then nextserver=$(head -n1 /etc/openvpn/list.txt) fi sed -i "s!$server!$nextserver!" /etc/openvpn/anonvpn.conf create the file /etc/openvpn/list.txt with your list of ...
You would need policy routing to set up routing tables for each specific traffic. I've found a concise and good example in Linux Advanced Routing Mini HOWTO. Put the following line in /etc/iproute2/rt_tables: 1 DIRECT Then you can do like: iptables -t mangle -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 900:999 -j MARK --set-mark 1 ip route add default via <gateway ...
As openvpn needs root privileges to set routes or ip addresses for an interface it is very uncommon to run it as a user, if possible at all. But the command not found is a simple PATH topic. Check sudo which openvpn where root calls the binary. Normally openvpn lives in /usr/sbin, a location for daemon programs, that are started as root and possible ...
I don't believe that there's any specific command to do a syntax check, but you can run openvpn in the foreground, which should show the specific error: openvpn --config /path/to/server.conf
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