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Please note, WiFree Software which blocks the network when not connected to a VPN is not supported on Linux computers. . (You can vote for Linux software development on the voiting page).


open vpn - Using a script:

The convenient and recommended option is through a script that installs client open vpn.

Open the terminal and run the following code:

curl -sL https://netfree.link/upload-file/e503d097c57810657578b95eac640cff3e82eeaa | sudo -E bash -

Sometimes the curl command does not exist in the system, in which case the command will fail with a message: Command 'curl' not found. The solution is to install curl by the following command:

sudo apt install curl

Then run the code again.

Restart your computer after installation.

After successful connection, the NetFree security certificate must be installed according to the instructions on the page Installation of certificate in Ubuntu operating system

pay attention! The installation requires root permission.

pptp - By manually configuring in the system interface:

Tutorial Video - VPN on Linux Ubuntu.

Set as in screenshot (check pap and chap and cancel encryption):

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Server addresses:

Isreali server -s.il1.nfaw.netfree.link

UK server -s.uk1.nfaw.netfree.link

USA server -vpn-us-nyc1.netfree.link

After successful connection, the NetFree security certificate must be installed according to the instructions on the page Installation of certificate in Ubuntu operating system