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How to Setup PureVPN on Linux via Command Line Interface

Oct 26, 2018
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Setting up PureVPN on your Linux is easy. What you only need to do is to check out the following guide on configuring PureVPN on Linux using the command line.

 

1 In order to download the script, please refer to the command below that needs to be entered in the Linux Terminal

wget https://www.dropbox.com/s/nqv4xd32wmy2pcy/purevpn-pptp

Or if you wish to download directly please click here.

 

2 Access the file location using cd/download

3 sudo chmod +x purevpn-pptp

4 sudo cp purevpn-pptp /usr/bin/

5 purevpn-pptp -li

From this point forward, you’ll be directed to add your PureVPN username and password.

 

You will need to specify the server address/ hostname : purevpn-pptp -c usca1.pointtoserver.com

 

6 to check status purevpn -s

7 to check IP curl ipinfo.io

8 to disconnect purevpn -d

9 to logout purevpn -lo

 

Auto connect VPN on system start-up

Type: crontab –e

Add the below command and save the file.

@reboot /bin/sh /home/jhon/Downloads/purevpn-pptp -c usca1.pointtoserver.com

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