I am trying to import a .ovpn file from the network manager. Here are the steps I follow. Network Manager → VPN Connections → configure VPN. This opens the Network Connections dialogue. Then, Add → import saved vpn configuration → choose .ovpn file. This should load my .ovpn configuration, but instead I get a prompt saying

OpenVPN - Network Manager. The following procedure shows how to establish a VPN connection using the OpenVPN application through the Network Manager GUI on an Ubuntu computer. To establish a VPN connection. Install the network manager module using the following command. Ubuntu 16.10—17.04 OpenVPN Setup Tutorial (Network Manager When the VPN is connected, you will see a popup message and the lock on Network Manager icon. Disconnecting the OpenVPN on Ubuntu 16.10—17.04. Click on the networking icon located in the menu bar (right top of the screen). Select “VPN connections” > … How to Set Up OpenVPN on Linux Ubuntu via Network Manager Install OpenVPN and the network manager on (you may already have these installed but if unsure, proceed with the following steps). If Terminal isn’t visible on the Launch bar, click on the ‘Show Applications’ button (in the bottom-left part of the screen) > then type in ' Terminal ' in the search field or just press Ctrl + Alt + T

I am trying to import a .ovpn file from the network manager. Here are the steps I follow. Network Manager → VPN Connections → configure VPN. This opens the Network Connections dialogue. Then, Add → import saved vpn configuration → choose .ovpn file. This should load my .ovpn configuration, but instead I get a prompt saying

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