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I tried to follow the FreedomCast to install an OpenVPN antlet on my new Antsle. It does not apply anymore. The message is from the install of requires a newer version of Debian. However, when I tried to use newer version of Debian, other stuff was missing. I even tried other flavors of Linux and had other problems.

Can someone give updated instructions on getting the current version of OpenVPN up and running?

Hey @djurden,

We don't have updated instructions at the moment but are working on coming out with a new video to detail those. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

If you can reply with exactly where you got stuck, we can do our best to help you out on this community forum.

One other thing to make sure of is that you're using the Debian_8.5 LXC template.



Ok...I'll start over. I'll start with Debian 8.5 and let you know where I get stuck.


Started with Debian 8.5. Installed updates....then upgrade.

Edited my /etc/network/interfaces file setting eth1 with a static ip address and rebooted.

Ifconfig shows correct  settings. I can ping internal and external ip addresses.

I installed the wpget command.

Got the

Then when I run "bash", I get a message saying "Debian 8 is too old and not supported."


I was able to get openvpn installed using Debian10-lcx. I followed the portion of the video until bash I had to enable tun and install iptables on my antlet before I could proceed. I didnt have a net/tun directory so I created that using a startup script.

Created a startup script:


mkdir /dev/net
mknod /dev/net/tun c 10 200
chmod 0666 /dev/net/tun

Made the script executable.
Add it to /etc/rc.local

/usr/sbin/ || exit 1

Install iptables and then reboot.
I ran
bash and it created everything without issue.