I read the topic about how to setup VPN over tor here ,but my VPN has a GUI interface, then after I install deb package it connects automatically. Do I have to take in consideration only the part of guide about “firewall setting” and leave “vpn setup”?
I have to use it only for an application (a remote desktop client that I download from konsole)
Using proprietary software isn’t recommended for VPNs. Please use OpenVPN or, if not available PPTP. Supporting specific software like this is both not possible and most of the time senseless as proprietary VPN software often makes the connection unsafe thus rendering it pointless.
He says me that I can setup it in Openvpn but I cannot use it without GUI interface
2)Extract the configuration files
3)Import linux.conf using the Network Manager menu"
Your IP-Address shouldn’t be in there. Wouldn’t make any reason, as a VPN is a tunnel, which doesn’t “care” about the start and exit. Whether username and password are in there depends, though looking at the providers I’ve used, this has never been the case for security reasons.
Depends on the VPN client. We are not aware of any Libre Software VPN clients with such a feature. So I guess we are implciity expecting that you are likely using a nonfree (as in Freedom, not beer) VPN client which is discouraged. Reasons:
Ok, thank you
About VPN configuration there are written "create auth.txt and openvpn.conf"
can be replace with a setup like in a debian os with network manager(go in network connection, click import saved vpn configuration, write username and password)