Mozilla has been playing with rolling out their own VPN, which I rather like the idea as a way to support the org. But as one may know they have builds for just Ubuntu at the moment as ask people to compile on their own systems. Wondering if anyone has done that, as I am not one that compiles software often, I keep running into issues with cmake which I will leave outside of this comment first before delving down that rabbit hole.
Thanks for the info this is a good start. I am at the stage where compiling is not part of my regular routine let alone supporting it. But I am more than happy to test out builds. Which I just installed this and was able to get it to work though changing settings seems to crash, but it comes back and tends to work.
That being said I am running into the same issue as you where it does not see a local network device. It does inform me when it is running that there is an update available but that seems to not bring any since it probably needs to be a compiled update.
I would be curious if others here would be up for testing it out. I do wonder if Mozilla has developers working on test ones too
There is literally no support for this, The copr repo failed to build over a year and a half ago and see no more movement on that. I believe Mozilla uses Mullvad VPN in the back so, maybe that is an alternative for you.
There are other VPN’s easier to set up.
edit: I did more digging, went to the github repo. You could attempt to build it yourself, there are several different instruction on how to do this, but it’s up to you.