Changes between Version 30 and Version 31 of OpenvpnSoftwareRepos


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Timestamp:
10/18/17 06:48:28 (5 weeks ago)
Author:
samuli
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Remove EPEL instructions that were moved to the UnofficialOpenvpnSoftwareRepositories? page earlier

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  • OpenvpnSoftwareRepos

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    33= Introduction =
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    5 Latest OpenVPN releases are also available in the OpenVPN project's apt repositories. This allow you to use more up-to-date version of OpenVPN than what's typically available in your distribution's repositories. Please note that all commands listed below have to be run as root, e.g. using ''sudo'' or ''su''.
     5This page contains instructions for using OpenVPN project's own software repositories.  For a list of unofficial repositories (e.g. EPEL) please refer to the [wiki:UnofficialOpenvpnSoftwareRepos Unofficial OpenVPN software repositories] page.
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     7Latest OpenVPN releases are available in the OpenVPN project's apt repositories. This allow you to use more up-to-date version of OpenVPN than what is typically available in your distribution's repositories. Please note that all commands listed below have to be run as root, e.g. using ''sudo'' or ''su''.
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    79Pre-built Linux binaries are only available for Debian and Ubuntu. This is so for two reasons:
     
    8486--- snip ---
    8587}}}
    86 
    87 = Fedora / Red Hat Enterprise Linux: Using Fedora EPEL =
    88 
    89 For Fedora distributions, you can skip right to the '''Install OpenVPN''' section below.
    90 
    91 For Red Hat Enterprise Linux and clones, follow the [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL Fedora EPEL guide] on how to install the EPEL repository.  Scientific Linux have a helper packages already handy which can be installed using `yum install yum-conf-epel`.  CentOS might have a similar package too.
    92 
    93 == Install OpenVPN ==
    94 
    95 {{{
    96    [root@host:~]# yum install openvpn
    97 }}}
    98 
    99 On Fedora releases using `dnf`, it is equally simple:
    100 
    101 {{{
    102    [root@host:~]# dnf install openvpn
    103 }}}
    104 
    105 All packages in the Fedora repositories are signed by the official Fedora keys.