I am trying to connect to OpenVPN on boot.
I’m a brand new Fedora Workstation 32 user who just switched from Zorin.
Following online guides to start an OpenVPN connection on boot worked for me in Zorin, but not in Fedora Workstation 32. I’m able to get OpenVPN running both in terminal and network manager, but neither starts automatically on reboot.
The guide from my VPN provider states:
Then you will have to edit the startup on boot file via this command:
sudo gedit /etc/default/openvpn
When the text editor opens, add this line above #AUTOSTART=“all”:AUTOSTART=“al-tia.conf”
Save the file and reboot your Linux device.
The issue is that there is no file located at /etc/default/openvpn in Fedora. Does anyone know why installing OpenVPN in Fedora doesn’t create this file? Is it stored somewhere else?
Thanks in advance for your help!