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Old 16th November 2011, 05:05 PM
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Question F16 - how to get openvpn running as a daemon/service


I can not find any documentation how one is supposed to run openvpn as a daemon/service in Fedora 16.

I would like to have openvpn running as a service as soon as the F16 machine is up so I can connect to it from a remote location.
With most services moved to systemd in Fedora 16 i checked both chkconfig --list and systemctl -all, but did not find anything to configure that openvpn should be started.

What is the 'intended' way to set this up in Fedora 16 ?
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