This zine navigates the reader through an openVPN installation and troubleshooting. It is a manual meant for network admins of all levels who want to provide vpn services on the premises (aka from their self-hosted, autonomous servers), as well as for users who want to experiment with networking, privacy and security. The content involves a terminal and command line (aka Command Line Interface - CLI), and focuses on Linux systems. It is written in an accessible language by an author who came to the networking universe at the crispy (late) age of 26 and grasps what it means to be an adult newbie in the competitive milieu of computer geeks and hackers.
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