On both SuSE and Fedora, there is another possible way to install OpenVPN. The command-line interface
rpm is available on all systems using the Redhat package management system.
rpm is a very powerful command that can install, remove, update, test, and query software packages. Installing software with
rpm is done in three steps:
Whenever you run into problems with RPM, its manpage is the best reference for all of its abundant options.
The best place to look for the right version of OpenVPN under SuSE will be ftp://ftp.suse.com/. Fedora RPMs can be obtained from Dag Wieers' ...