btillman99 at yahoo.com
Tue May 10 22:29:36 UTC 2011
Yes, I got that after a few searches...I ended up installing bash because so
many things these days are Linux centric and bash is the default shell on Linux.
I through all the setup and created the certificates. Now to fire it up and then
take my laptop down to Starbucks and try to login.
From: Chuck Swiger <cswiger at mac.com>
To: Bill Tillman <btillman99 at yahoo.com>
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Sent: Tue, May 10, 2011 6:02:13 PM
Subject: Re: OpenVPN Setup
On May 10, 2011, at 2:50 PM, Bill Tillman wrote:
>> OpenVPN's site provides fine documentation:
[ ... ]
> I'm working through the docs you referenced in the HOWTO and it says:
> Next, initialize the PKI. On Linux/BSD/Unix:
> . ./vars
If you're trying to setup a CA for PKI, then you're not following the static key
"Static Key Mini-HOWTO
Static key configurations offer the simplest setup, and are ideal for
point-to-point VPNs or proof-of-concept testing.
Static Key advantages
• Simple Setup
• No X509 PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) to maintain"
> the vars file is not executable and from what I see in the Makefile they want
>to chmod it to 644....I tried /bin/sh ./vars and it seemed to work but then when
>I run ./clean-all which is executable I get
> Please source the vars script first (i.e. ". ./vars")
Yes. The directions assume you are running /bin/sh (or Bourne-compatible shells
bash, ksh, zsh, etc).
Do that, and ". ./vars" will work. Running "/bin/sh ./vars" also works, but is
useless because it changes the variables in a subshell which exits once it
finishes processing the ./vars file.
> Make sure you have edited it to reflect your configuration.
> I'm stumped as this appears to be something Linux will handle but not
Yes, follow the directions. OpenVPN works fine on FreeBSD.
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