Package Details: purevpn 1.2.5-2

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/purevpn.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: purevpn
Description: PureVPN Linux Application (CLI). World's Fastest, Most Reliable and Easy to Use VPN service.
Upstream URL: https://www.purevpn.com
Keywords: PureVPN VPN
Licenses: custom
Conflicts: purevpn-networkmanager
Submitter: blackyfox
Maintainer: cable_loco
Last Packager: cable_loco
Votes: 0
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2020-09-05 16:14
Last Updated: 2021-05-26 11:04

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cable_loco commented on 2021-05-26 11:10

This is my first time updating a package and using GIT. I was able to update the dependencies and installed in my system, this is for the cli client and purevpn does not offer a gui.


purevpn --help

   -li   --login       Login PureVPN
   -lo   --logout      Logout PureVPN
   -c    --connect     Connect PureVPN / Start VPN session
   -d    --disconnect  Disconnect PureVPN / Stop VPN session
   -p    --protocol    Display/change protocol 'tcp | udp | auto'
   -k    --killswitch  Display/change Kill-Switch 'ON | OFF'
   -l    --location    Display list of available countries
   -s    --status      Display VPN connection status
   -i    --info        Display your location and IP information
   -r    --refresh     Diagnose your connection. Refresh PureVPN configuration
   -a    --account     Display details of your PureVPN account
   -f    --feedback    Submit your feebback to PureVPN
   -h    --help        Display help
   -v    --version     Display application version

EXAMPLES:
   To login PureVPN account:
      purevpn -li OR purevpn --login

   To connect smart/fastest location:
      purevpn -c OR purevpn --connect

   To connect to a specific country:
      purevpn --connect "United States" OR purevpn --connect US

   To view list of available countries:
      purevpn -l OR purevpn --location

   To set protocol (tcp | udp | auto):
      purevpn -p auto OR purevpn --protocol auto

Latest Comments

cable_loco commented on 2021-05-26 11:10

This is my first time updating a package and using GIT. I was able to update the dependencies and installed in my system, this is for the cli client and purevpn does not offer a gui.


purevpn --help

   -li   --login       Login PureVPN
   -lo   --logout      Logout PureVPN
   -c    --connect     Connect PureVPN / Start VPN session
   -d    --disconnect  Disconnect PureVPN / Stop VPN session
   -p    --protocol    Display/change protocol 'tcp | udp | auto'
   -k    --killswitch  Display/change Kill-Switch 'ON | OFF'
   -l    --location    Display list of available countries
   -s    --status      Display VPN connection status
   -i    --info        Display your location and IP information
   -r    --refresh     Diagnose your connection. Refresh PureVPN configuration
   -a    --account     Display details of your PureVPN account
   -f    --feedback    Submit your feebback to PureVPN
   -h    --help        Display help
   -v    --version     Display application version

EXAMPLES:
   To login PureVPN account:
      purevpn -li OR purevpn --login

   To connect smart/fastest location:
      purevpn -c OR purevpn --connect

   To connect to a specific country:
      purevpn --connect "United States" OR purevpn --connect US

   To view list of available countries:
      purevpn -l OR purevpn --location

   To set protocol (tcp | udp | auto):
      purevpn -p auto OR purevpn --protocol auto

blackyfox commented on 2020-09-30 14:41

@nixit, sadly The PureVPN app requires net-tools in order to run properly, it does have ifconfig and route built into the deb package but it's very outdated. I'm hoping the PureVPN Dev Team can update the linux app.

nixit commented on 2020-09-30 14:30

@blackyfox, thanx for taking a look at this so quickly. net-tools has been deprecated (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Network_configuration#net-tools).

should it still be included as a dependency?

blackyfox commented on 2020-09-29 17:09

@nixit I forgot to add net-tools as a dependency, my bad. If you still have problems let me know

nixit commented on 2020-09-29 12:10

I keep getting a "country unreachable" no matter what country I try to connect to. any ideas? am I missing a dependency?