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Raspberry Pi VPN

Posted on Friday, January 25th, 2013 in how-to, R-Pi, security by the machinegeek

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The Hoz directs our attention to this Lifehacker article explaining how to setup the R-Pi as your own personal VPN. The project hardware requires only standard R-Pi peripherals, including keyboard, mouse, monitor, SD card and Ethernet connection. You’ll also need a free account with LogMeIn. (They point out that OpenVPN may be a good alternative to LogMeIn for those with a static IP or dynamic DNS service.) Privoxy is also used to enable secure web browsing.

Via Lifehacker.

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  1. mianchen says:

    It took me a while to set up the VPN, got stuck at installing hamachi. Kept getting architecture error. Had to use “–force-architecture –force-depends” to force installation. After that everything was smooth and easy following the tutorial

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