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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.
Step 1: Download the Installation File for PureVPN Kodi Add-on
Open browser and go to “www.purevpn.com/Kodi-repo”
Click on “service.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.
Step 2: 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)
Step 3: Launch KODI and install PureVPN Addon for KODI
Open Terminal and type “sudo kodi” to launch KODI
Click on “SYSTEM” tab.
Click on “Add-ons”.
Click on “Install from zip file”.
Navigate to folder where installation file is downloaded.
Just click once on “service.purevpn.monitor-1.3.0.zip” and your add-on will be installed.
Step 4: Configuring and Setting up Installed PureVPN Add-on.
Go to Home Page and click on “PROGRAMS” tab.
Now, click on “PureVPN Monitor OpenVPN”.
Click on “Add-on Settings”
In the “VPN Configuration” tab Click on “Username” and “Password” tab to enter your credentials.
You can also choose between protocols to display (UDP, TCP or both)
After doing all the settings click “OK”.
Step 5: Explore the Add-on
Click on “Change or disconnect VPN Connection”.
Now you can choose from the list of available countries and protocols.
Just click once on desired location and protocol, and wait for the connection to establish.
To check your current VPN status click on “Display VPN Status”
To disconnect VPN click on “Change or disconnect VPN Connection” tab and click “Disconnect”
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