raymondh40 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 11:41:18 UTC 2015
I opened a folder named "openvpn" in /Downloads/etc and tried the command
again but still not working so I guess that's not the right way to do it.
On Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 7:28 AM, Raymond House <raymondh40 at gmail.com> wrote:
> At this point Myles, I don't want to guess this so how should I proceed to
> create it? I'm no expert.
> On Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 7:24 AM, Myles Braithwaite <
> me at mylesbraithwaite.com> wrote:
>> Does `/etc/openvpn` exist? Try creating it.
>> Raymond House wrote:
>>> Hi Myles, when I do that it still says: no such file or directory.Yet
>>> these files are in /Downloads.
>>> On Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 7:15 AM, Myles Braithwaite <
>>> me at mylesbraithwaite.com <mailto:me at mylesbraithwaite.com>> wrote:
>>> Raymond House wrote:
>>> Hi, I'm working with anonymizer support on this and they say
>>> I must
>>> move the tar. file to /etc/openvpn directory, I cant move it
>>> there, it
>>> does not work, and once that's done to use the following
>>> command: mv
>>> Downloads/anonymizer___universal_openvpn.tar /etc/openvpn
>>> tar -xvf /etc/openvpn/anonymizer___universal_openvpn.tar Why
>>> the /etc
>>> directory? Grouchy says it's not a good idea to have files in
>>> If you prefix with the `sudo` command it will allow you to put the
>>> files in `/etc/openvpn` directory. It should look something like
>>> sudo mv ~/Downloads/anonymizer___universal_openvpn.tar /etc/openvpn
>>> cd /etc/openvpn
>>> sudo tar -xvf /etc/openvpn/anonymizer___universal_openvpn.tar
>>> The `/etc` directory is where all the configuration files are
>>> stored for the different services/applications running on your
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