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How to Setup PureVPN on Kodi for Linux (Isengard)

Oct 30, 2017
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PureVPN can be easily configured on Linux Isengard. If you’re facing any issue, kindly go through the article to rectify the problem.

  • Download the Installation File for PureVPN Kodi Add-on

Open browser and go to www.purevpn.com/Kodi-repo

  • Click purevpn.monitor-1.3.0.zip. A download pop up will appear. Check on Save File and click OK to download the installation file.
  • Locate the downloaded installation file.
  • Install OpenVPN, KODI and other dependencies (Ignore if already Installed)

Open Terminal and type these Commands:

  • sudo apt-get update (to update)
  • sudo apt-get install openvpn (to install openvpn)
  • sudo apt-get install kodi (to install kodi)
  • Launch KODI and install PureVPN Addon for KODI
  • Open Terminal and type sudo kodi to launch KODI
  • Click SYSTEM.
  • Click Add-ons.
  • Click Install from zip file.
  • Navigate to folder where installation file is downloaded.
  • Just click once Service.purevpn.monitor-1.3.0.zip and your add-on will be installed.
  • Configuring and Setting up Installed PureVPN Add-on.
  • Go to Home Page and click PROGRAMS tab.
  • Now, click PureVPN Monitor OpenVPN.
  • Click Add-on Settings.
  • You can also choose between protocols to display (UDP, TCP or both)
  • After doing all the settings click OK.
  • Explore the Add-on
  • Click Change or disconnect VPN Connection.
  • Now you can choose from the list of available countries and protocols.
  • Just click once desired location and protocol, and wait for the connection to establish.
  • To check your current VPN status click Display VPN Status.
  • To disconnect VPN click Change or disconnect VPN Connection tab and click Disconnect.

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