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Fruho - new *nix OpenVPN GUI with multiple provider support

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https://fruho.com

 

 


is an open-source, zero-configuration VPN manager. It supports automatic setup and allows easy switching between VPN providers.

 

AirVPN is supported, and this could be a great alternative to anyone who chooses to use this instead of Eddie,

for example in case your distribution is not officially supprted by it.

 

The developers always add new providers so it might soon become a very promising project.

 

 

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Which VPN services are supported?

Curently we support "one click" import from the following providers:


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yeah just used to the commands

 

netctl start blah blah

 

stunnel blah blah

 

openvpn blah blah

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that won't be on my box

 

 

 

that won't be on my box

 

please feel free to share the reasons for your conclusion.  I'm just curious.

 

 

 

 

that won't be on my box

 

please feel free to share the reasons for your conclusion.  I'm just curious.

 

not a problem, good to meet ya,

reason: because i'm not going to install it

have a good one 

 

In your first reply I quoted you really sounded like you've got good reasons to not install it. Legitimate question in second quote comes and you answer with you just not willing to install it. Rather weak reasoning, don't you think?

 

It's a promising project, especially for Raspberry users currently who need to connect via Terminal to AirVPN. Not sure about what the VPN providers are going to say, though.


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It's a promising project, especially for Raspberry users currently who need to connect via Terminal to AirVPN. 

 

I'm more excited about being able to keep in one place the configurations to connect to AirVPN and to my own VPN server. It's a pity there is no version for Mac.

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It's a pity there is no version for Mac.

 

Just wait. With increasing popularity the probability of it being ported to Windows and Mac will increase as well.


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LZ1's New User Guide to AirVPN « Plenty of stuff for advanced users, too!

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It looks quite great sucks it's currently only on Linux systems since I use windows on my primary system hope they do port it to windows sometime.

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I am the beginner who does not know the Internet.

Can this client perform Network Lock?

I continue using Eddie if I need patience to perform Network Lock.

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Can this client perform Network Lock?

 

Network Lock is a feature of Air's client. I doubt Fruho can do that.


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LZ1's New User Guide to AirVPN « Plenty of stuff for advanced users, too!

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anybody using Fruho?  I had it working on Mint, somewhat.  It's buggy with importing ovpn configs.  Something happened and now it won't start anymore.  I've uninstalled, rebooted, reinstalled.  Still, won't even start up.  Some kind of error during install but it doesn't say what it is.  I've searched the web but find nothing.

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I'm considering buying a rasbperry pi 3 and since Eddie doesn't run there, I wonder if fruho does..

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The Raspberry Pi cannot run Fruho (as of April 2016).


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LZ1's New User Guide to AirVPN « Plenty of stuff for advanced users, too!

Unofficial Eddie for Android F-Droid repository: repo.opensourcery.eu

Want to contact me directly? All relevant methods are on my About me page.

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