In this page we will publish up to date info about our new beta VPN app for Linux.
13/10/18: added new version v1.2
10/06/18: added stand-alone package (no installation required)
08/06/18: kill switch script improvements
30/06/18: initial beta client released
- the app is in beta stage and is currently available for Debian based distros only, tested with latest Debian, Mint, Ubuntu, CentOS distros with popular window managers. No other distros have been tested.
- "net-tools" package is a pre-requisite, on Debian-based distros install it by running 'sudo apt-get install net-tools -y', on CentOS: 'yum install net-tools'
- on older versions (for instance Ubuntu < 18.04), also install the package "gksu".
- the VPN client must be started from terminal only, as root. Example (for .deb package) on most distributions: "sudo /usr/local/vpn.ac/bin/run.sh"
- if it fails to get the list of servers showing a SSL error, start it by running: "pkexec env DISPLAY=$DISPLAY XAUTHORITY=$XAUTHORITY /usr/local/vpn.ac/bin/run.sh"
- If the stand-alone package is used, start it from vpn.ac/bin/ subfolder. Closing the terminal after starting the VPN app shouldn't cause the app to exit.
Download: deb file / stand-alone archive
Changes in latest version (v1.2)
- fixed a screen scaling issue (window too big on some displays)
- fixed a problem with URLs opening (e.g. when clicking on the IP leaking check button)
- other minor improvements and fixes
Upcoming changes (work in progress)
- Add IPv6 blocking feature
- Include latest OpenVPN (2.4.6)
- Improve start-up method so it will be possible to start it from the menus instead of terminal
- Add option to start it automatically on user login