Hi, This week I've started poking at packaging pre-release builds of the new OpenVPN 3 based client for Linux (sorry, no server support yet). I've started a Copr build/repo for it and I'd appreciate some help reviewing the packaging and otherwise hints (or pathces) how to improve things.
You'll find everything here: <https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/dsommers/openvpn3/> Now, beware that this client is still under heavy development and is not ready for a full release yet. Once lacking features and the most critical or annoying bugs are sorted out, we'll tag the first beta release. Since it is under heavy development ... it is not ready for production yet. But I have enabled it on a server, to test the long-term stability of it. And a final warning ... This client is _very_ _different_ from the far more common openvpn-2.x series. It is different in almost every aspect. The only thing they have in common is that the OpenVPN wire protocol is essentially the same and compatible (it can connect to OpenVPN 2.x servers) and the configuration files will in most cases work just fine (as long as unsupported options in OpenVPN 3 is not used). If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out! -- kind regards, David Sommerseth OpenVPN Inc
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