Run terminal emulator: Press Alt+F2 an and type "x-terminal-emulator" and press Enter.
Install OpenVPN with the following command.
sudo apt-get install openvpn network-manager-openvpn-gnome
For newer Linux Mint versions please install also network-manager-openvpn-gnome
sudo apt-get install network-manager-openvpn-gnome
Click connections icon in tray then go to "Network Connections"
Click "Add" button.
Select "Import a saved VPN configuration..." and click "Create"
Download OpenVPN configuration file (.ovpn)
OpenVPN configuration file: HIDDEN. Log in or Sign up to see.
Select "Downloads" section, and open Trust.Zone-United-States-Colorado.ovpn file by double click on it.
Select "Password" from "Type" drop-down menu, enter your VPN username and password.
Download certificate file HIDDEN. Log in or Sign up to see. and click "CA Certificate" file chooser to choose certificate file.
Navigate to "Downloads" and double click on certificate name to choose it.
Your Username: HIDDEN. Log in or Sign up to see.
Your Password: HIDDEN. Log in or Sign up to see.
Сlick "Save..." in order to save VPN connection settings.
Click "Close" in next dialog.
Click network menu icon, choose "VPN Connections" and click on your created connection name to establish a VPN connection.
If connection has been successfully established, the small lock appears on network connections icon in system tray.
In order to manage your VPN connections click network connections icon in system tray then click "Network Connections".
Open Trust.Zone Main page or reload it if it is already open in order to check if your connection with Trust.Zone VPN is established correctly.
You can also visit our Connection Check Page.
Your IP: x.x.x.x · United States · You are in TRUST.ZONE now! Your real location is hidden!