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Place all openvpn *.conf files into /etc/openvpn/. Edit /etc/default/openvpn. Uncomment this: AUTOSTART="all" Run systemctl daemon-reload. Run service openvpn start. ??????? PROFIT
From 'man openvpn': --ping-restart n Similar to --ping-exit, but trigger a SIGUSR1 restart after n seconds pass without reception of a ping or other packet from remote. This option is useful in cases where the remote peer has a dynamic IP address and a low-TTL DNS name is used to track the IP address using a service such as http://dyndns.org/ + a dynamic ...
Systemd is an "init system" for Linux -- this is the first process started by the kernel when the system boots, and it is responsible for starting everything else. Your system already had an init process on it, so installing and using systemd isn't necessary to do what you want. The error you're seeing suggests that systemd isn't actually running, which ...
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