For Linux desktops, you must create a new VPN connection profile in Network Manager and import the provided SSL-VPN bundle configuration. See Network manager (Linux desktops).
For all other Linux variants, see OpenVPN CLI.
Regardless of which version of the Linux desktop you are running, the SSL-VPN client bundle must be unpacked. The client bundle arrives as a .zip archive that, after extraction, holds the following two files:
- OpenVPN configuration (file suffix: .ovpn)
- TLS CA certificate (file suffix: .crt)