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    do you use your p******* user name or did you generate the pptp username and use that? ive ran the script twice and it hasn't downloaded the config files. if I download manually it work great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ford1 View Post
    hi dsayers,
    Late to the party with this, im trying to use PIA and it dosent seem to be downloading the required location files, I can download them manually and add them to HDD/PIA_VPN2
    should the script automatically download ALL locations from the PIA website?

    Also im using my main site login details, should I be using "PPTP/L2TP/SOCKS Username and Password"

    sorry if these have been covered, I have tried to look the thread for relevant info.
    I'm seeing different images having issues with downloading the files in script. Possibly different wget

    For username and password I think the generated username and password in pia

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    I use my generated PIA user & pass if that helps


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    Ok guys, me again..........
    have changed providers to surfshark, have generated a manual config user and pass, put these into dsayers generater.
    the generater seems to complete fully with no errors, however the username is missing from the "pass.file"
    I have manually edited the file using notepad++ but it still wont start the vpn, and shows no username, any help?

    It always seems to remove the user name from the pass.file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ford1 View Post
    Ok guys, me again..........
    have changed providers to surfshark, have generated a manual config user and pass, put these into dsayers generater.
    the generater seems to complete fully with no errors, however the username is missing from the "pass.file"
    I have manually edited the file using notepad++ but it still wont start the vpn, and shows no username, any help?

    It always seems to remove the user name from the pass.file.
    Press menu on VPN manager and check the username is in there

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    no the username is not present in that menu, and if I enter it, when I run the manager, it removes it again.

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    OpenVPN script generator worked perfectly for me thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsayers View Post
    Test OpenVPN script generator

    Hi im looking for users to test a new version of the script.

    Setup is similar but this version will install VPN Manager with an option to edit username and password via the plugin in case it was incorrectly put on the generator.

    First open Putty, and in the HostName (or IP address) box enter the enigma2 boxes IP address, and then click the Telnet radio button and click open


    Attachment 59823


    And then log in using the word, root


    Attachment 59824


    Users can visit

    https://e2openvpn.com/test_gen/
    Add there username and password this will now generate a script.

    Copy and paste the script in putty and hit enter you should now have the option for what VPN you want to use:

    1) Nord VPN
    2) IP Vanish
    3) Digibit
    4) PureVPN
    5) PIA VPN
    6) Windscrape
    7) SurfShark
    8) TorGuard
    9) Ivacy
    10) Quite


    Choose your option and hit Enter this should then download the configs and once finished it will say OpenVPN Configs downloaded Please Start OpenVPN.


    You will be asked to enter your choice again but you can ignore this.

    Reboot box and goto plugins, VPN Manager and choose a country.

    Attachment 59825

    If you receive auth errors you can press menu and check the location is correct it should be /hdd/vpn_name. You can also check username and password is correct and edit if needed.
    Brilliant, thanks tried for 3 days until I found this

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