The first thing we are going to want to do is get our OpenVPN Config files from the LiquidVPNs OpenVPN Config File Generator in the Client Area.  After you get your Config files you may want to extract them and get your VPN Login information ready.  If your using LiquidVPNs service you just have to go to client area and there will be a button that gives you your VPN login information.  Which is different then your ACTUAL LiquidVPN Login.

 1.   Your going to want to open up a terminal window and type "sudo apt-get install openvpn"
Terminal window, sudo apt-get install openvpn



 2.   After the installation has completed you must move your .ovpn files to your /etc/openvpn directory using sudo cp ~/FileName.ovpn/* /etc/openvpn/ Now its time to run OpenVPN we are going to want to type "sudo openvpn --config " before you do anything else, if you open up where you extracted your openvpn config files you can just go you desired .ovpn and drag it to the terminal after "sudo openvpn --config" and it should auto complete the rest of the address!
Terminal window, sudo apt-get install openvpn



 3.   You are now going to have to login into the VPN server with your credentials.
Enter in login information for desired VPN


 
4.   You'll know your connected cause it will say "Initialization Sequence Completed".  You are connected as long as you keep the terminal window open, if you close the window you kill the service.
Terminal window, sudo apt-get install openvpn

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