Run terminal emulator: Press Alt+F2 and type "x-terminal-emulator" and press Enter.
Install required OpenVPN packages with the following command.
sudo apt-get install network-manager-openvpn-gnome
Open the top menu and click Tools icon to open Network Settings.
Find VPN section and click "+" button to start creating a new VPN configuration.
Click on "Import from file...".
Download the OpenVPN configuration file (.ovpn file), select "Downloads" section, and open Trust.Zone-United-States-California.ovpn file by double click on it.
OpenVPN configuration file:
HIDDEN. Log in or Sign up to see.
Select "Password" from "Type" drop-down menu, enter your VPN username and password.
Your VPN Username: HIDDEN. Log in or Sign up to see.
Your VPN Password: HIDDEN. Log in or Sign up to see.
Click green "Add" button to add VPN configuration.
Trust.Zone-United-States-California us-ca.trust.zone Trust.Zone-United-States-California.pem
Click ON/OFF switch near the VPN connection name to start connecting.
After connection is established switch color will change from grey to orange.
Your IP: x.x.x.x · United States · You are in TRUST.ZONE now! Your real location is hidden!