I got an error running
`sudo apt-get install connman-vpn`
Unzip connman-vpn (1.33-3 + deb9u1) ... dpkg: Error while editing the archive /var/cache/apt/archives/connman-vpn_1.33-3+deb9u1_armhf.deb (--unpack): Attempt to overwrite "/ usr / sbin / connman-vpnd", which is also in package armv7-connman-osmc 1.3.6-2 Errors occurred while editing: /var/cache/apt/archives/connman-vpn_1.33-3+deb9u1_armhf.deb E: Sub-process / usr / bin / dpkg returned an error code (1)
How to solve this?
OSMC has its own connman package that includes connman-vpnd. AFAIK – and I’m happy to be corrected – it’s not currently ready for general use.
Bottom line: you probably can’t install it.
Ok thanks, but how to use the osmc own vpn package?
can I set up a VPN using cli?
sudo systemctl enable connman-vpn.service
If you using a vpn provider such as private internet access or Nordvpn, then easiest way is with the brian hornsby addon or if you wish to use the cli, then openvpn is already installed.
You need give us more details about your setup, then we can advise further.
I actually need to connect to my home network
it is an ipsec vpn germany. AVM Fritzbox
required is similar to :
thanks for your great support
thanks , will check this