Press +t on your keyboard. A Terminal window should open.
Press Ctrl+Alt+t on your keyboard. A Terminal window should open.
Enter the following command followed by Enter:
sudo apt install network-manager-openvpn-gnome
Access OpenVPN setting in the Settings application (GNOME Control Center)
OpenVPN uses ‘.ovpn’ files for setting up the VPN on your system and includes the servers to contact. Most VPN providers will provide a .ovpn file such as the following:
After getting a .ovpn (OpenVPN file type) click the plus icon to the right of the VPN section. A dialog will as show will open. Click ‘Import from file…’
Select the ‘ovpn’ file downloaded from your VPN provider.