I am looking for the best way to have an hassle-free install of a media server and a torrent on my dedicated server.
What do you guys use ? I want something reliable so:
- open source, no compilation
- big plus if a package exists in one of the main distro
- Only one interface to manage...
So the certificate i accepted is only to ensure the connection is secure between me and the hotspot ? The owner can't use it to decypher my web traffic and play my data again on the website i am trying to reach ?
Ok so at work i have a wifi hotspot, they ask you to auth via web proxy. In order to get it to work i had to install a certificate. One of my coworker told me my https requests made trough this proxy are compromised by this certificate that could allow the hotspot to MITM if it wanted to.
Honestly all 3 options are fine;
- Cloudflare for a straight in replacement of regular DNS
- NextDNS seems to have adblock list at the dns level, it can be great but don't forget that it can break some bloated sites
- Last but not least you could use any other DOT (Dns Over Tls) provider, maybe...
Yeah the arco project is great, never tested it firsthand but the philosophy is good. I really like to learn so it's really appealing to me but sadly i stopped distrohopping and don't have much time currently.
I find that arco is closer to the truth arch is trying to achieve, they pave a way...
Ubuntu might be just the right option for you. Going with a well known distro for the first time really helps other to find solutions to your problems. Take your time to get used to linux and then you can do something a little harder every day if the fun is there to you.
Ok so i tried downloading the file from the same place as you and the name of the file is different. It seems they released a new version. The new name is linux_op25_udp_v4_AES256GCM_AU_in_ci.zip
so you should run
sudo unzip -j linux_op25_udp_v4_AES256GCM_AU_in_ci.zip
sudo unzip -j...
In the screen you do not download the config file like in the tutorial. Did you run the commands again to show us the error prompt or did you forget to run:
sudo wget --content-disposition https://www.perfect-privacy.com/downloads/openvpn/get?system=linux
before the unzip command