Develop a GUI for Linux that allows us to change any and all protocols, severs, DNS leak, kill switch, etc., etc. Constantly going into terminal and opening a text editor with sudo gets to be pain. Almost all security measure from firewalls, anti virus and malware now have GUI's VyprVPN should be no different.140 votes
Please release the CLI for CentOS 7.X and CentOS 6.X13 votes
It would be desirable if you could also do an rpm. based application for the rest of the Linux farm.
It would be desirable if you could also do an rpm. based application for the rest of the Linux farm.11 votes
Please add instructions for use with OpenVPN on CLI versions of FreeBSD.13 votes
First of all, I am writing you from China and this year I've changed from another VPN provider (the name is starting with A...) to Vypr, and without doubt it was one of the best decisions I did take.
Regretfully, Green Frog don't have any stable Vypr program for Linux. I really hope this will change in the future !!!
Best Wishes from China !!138 votes
The deb CLI package works great on Mint. It would be nice to have it for Fedora.118 votes
A command option that shows various stats for the connection (connection up or down, ip address, server etc.)
Even better would be an 'htop' style display for the connection.33 votes
I know linux vypr is still only in beta and just command line based but if you decide not to add a kill switch now; will you add one when linux vypr is gui based and fully done?73 votes
I received this via e-mail:
«We just updated VyprVPN for Windows, Mac and Android. The latest release adds exciting new improvements, including the ability to automatically connect to the fastest server location. Choose "fastest server" from the server list and VyprVPN will automatically connect to the fastest server available.»
and I'd like very much to have something working like that on my Ubuntu notebook.31 votes
Please support various Linux OS versions. Using Linux is a significant protection against all sort of surveillance compared to MS
Please support VyprVPN and MIMO in various Linux OS versions. Using Linux is a significant protection against all sort of surveillance compared to MS. Furthermore all MS systems are slow, they freeze and serve other masters rather than the owner of the computer.
Currently the only reason I have a MS computer is to be able to use VyprVPN and MIMO.16 votes
would be awesome, maybe as a plugin for Gnome Network Manager.71 votes
Chameleon is great solution but not avaible for Linux and FreeBSD :(
Hamachi on start was this same problem and dont want share own solution (source code)
So they prepared already compiled executable files (elf) for making connection for linux x86, x64 and FreeBSD
I hope this solution can also use VyprVPN (i know you want keep yours sultion in secret) so already compiled (ELF) files and also crypted could be solution.5 votes
Chameleon is available on Linux.
Will there be a VyprVPN app for Linux in the near future?196 votes
Great news! We just launched the public Beta for our VyprVPN Command Line Interface (CLI) for Linux. Now you can easily control VyprVPN on Linux by using simple commands.
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I'm planning on buying one of the ever popular Asustor NAS Servers and would like to know if you intend on supporting Asustor NAS products using VyprVpn in the future.
Asustor is gaining more and more market share from QNAP etc...and I would love to see Goldenfrog developers supporting their NAS servers.
I would like a feature on VyprVPN which auto-start the app and connect as soon as my QTS system start-up please. :D5 votes
I have at the moment a NetworkManager dispatcher script doing this (very quickly coded, however file duly attached). There is though I think an NM OpenVPN plugin configuration option to auto reconnect.
If I can add a vote for a vyprvpn CLI 'status' command also.11 votes
VyprVPN CLI for Ubuntu 16.04 Desktop and Server Edition13 votes
The ability to connect to any VyprVPN server, such as Toronto or Los Angeles, with a simple .opvn config file that would work on any platform.
This already exists in beta format for personal VyprVPN servers, but I would like to see it expanded to the public servers as well.16 votes
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