Installing HMA VPN on Linux

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I need help on installing HMA vpn on my Linux. What are the steps and system requirements? Thank you.

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Installing HMA VPN on Linux


Hi, Joe hounsten,

 First you must install open VPN and cURL. By terminal typing you can do it from sudo apt -get install openVPNcurl

Now log in to The HMA panel of yours to download the HMA Linux package select download page and download. After extracting the package on to the desktop rename it to hma. Then select terminal CD in for hma folder and type – Sudo  / hma -start-1 to view the available countries you must give this command. To connected you to the selected country you must give the following command.sudo  /hma-start  name of the country.

 Now you can install HMA in programs home, If you get any error message  as permission denied, You must change the permissions for the file's key sub directory. Do these steps and try it all.

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Installing HMA VPN on Linux



HMA VPN enables you to encrypt your Internet connection and make it anonymous. There are no special systems requirements that you need to worry about as this service works fine on any normal computer.

There are following methods by which you can install this service on Linux. Follow these links to find information, instructions and downloads related to the installation.

VPN on Linux via OpenVPN protocol.

This application executes VPN procedure for the creation of point-to-point connections. It makes the use of SSL/TLS for the key swapping.

VPN on Linux via PPTP protocol.

PPTP protocol is a technique for the implementation of Virtual Private Networks, however its implementation is not recommended by Microsoft nowadays.

VPN on Linux via L2TP protocol.

Layer 2 tunneling protocol is used for the same process as above. It depends on encryption protocol to exhibit privacy.

I hope this answers your questions.

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