1. Where can I download the IVPN Linux client?

    Download a package here or install it from source.

  2. What are the requirements?

    • 64-bit OS with a modern Linux kernel
    • Third-party binary dependencies installed
      • OpenVPN version 2.3.10+, if not present by default
      • WireGuard, if not present in your current kernel
      • Obfsproxy, if required
  3. How do I install the IVPN Linux client?

    Many Linux distributions include a graphical package manager that will respond when you double-click the downloaded package file.

    Command-line install is available:

      • Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint:

        sudo apt install /path/to/ivpn.deb


        sudo dpkg --install /path/to/ivpn.deb

      • Red Hat/Fedora/CentOS:

        sudo yum install /path/to/ivpn.rpm


        sudo dnf install /path/to/ivpn.rpm

      • openSUSE:

        sudo zypper install /path/to/ivpn.rpm

    If you use Arch or an Arch-based distribution, our IVPN Linux client is available via the AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/ivpn-git/

  4. How do I uninstall the IVPN Linux Client?

    Use your graphical package manager and search for ivpn and choose the option to remove or uninstall.

    Command-line uninstall is also available.

    • Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint:

      sudo apt purge ivpn


      sudo dpkg --purge ivpn

    • Red Hat/Fedora/CentOS:

      sudo yum remove ivpn


      sudo dnf remove ivpn

    • openSUSE:

      sudo zypper remove ivpn

  5. What are the commands?

    ivpn -h
    ivpn -h -full
    ivpn connect -h
    ivpn servers -h
    ivpn firewall -h
    ivpn wgkeys -h
    ivpn dns -h
    ivpn antitracker -h
    ivpn logs -h

    Check out our Command Line Client FAQ for examples.

  6. How do I manage automatic connection and boot time settings?

    Check our Managing the IVPN Linux client at System Boot knowledge base article.

  7. How do I get help?

    Contact our support department 24/7 with any questions.