Or can use terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T):
sudo aptitude install network-manager-openvpn-gnome
sudo service network restart
After this the option to connect to an openvpn VPN will appear under the
network manager -> vpn connections -> configure vpn > Openvpn
Import the server you want opvn file it should just then need your username and password. save
Then click network>vpn connections> select one you setup and then check your ip it should reflect something different then what your local ip is.
http://www.whatismyip.com/ to check your ip
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