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 +**You only need to do this if your distro is source based**\\
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 +====== Tuan's Notes on Installing Openvpn on linux source distros ======
 +
 +For most user-level distros:
 +  * rpm based distros (fedora, RHEL, CentOS etc.) 
 +  * debian-based distros
 +you can probably just install direct from a repo.
 +
 +1. Install LZO
 +- Download the LZO lib from website
 +- Unzip the zipped file of LZO
 +- Shell command:
 +   + ./configure --prefix=/​usr --enable-shared
 +   + make
 +   + make install
 +   + install -v -m755 -d /​usr/​share/​doc/​lzo-2.02
 +   + install -v -m644 doc/* /​usr/​share/​doc/​lzo-2.02
 +
 +2. Install OpenSSL
 +- Download OpenSSL from website
 +- Unzip the zipped file of OpenSSL
 +- Shell command:
 +   + ./config --prefix=/​usr/​local --openssldir=/​usr/​local/​openssl
 +   + make
 +   + make test
 +   + make install
 +
 +3. Install OpenVPN
 +- Download OpenVPN from http://​openvpn.net/​
 +- Unzip the zipped file of OpenVPN
 +- Shell command:
 +   + ./configure
 +   + make
 +   + make install
 +   + sudo apt-get install openvpn
 +
 +4. Starting OpenVPN
 +- Copy the key files and certificate files to machine (for example: /​home/​tuan/​OpenVPN)
 +- Shell command:
 +   + openvpn <​config_file>​ (for example: openvpn client.conf)