Yes, I understand.
I am happy to see that London is on again.
Canada is still off, and Italy is off for the moment.
Then I have a (perhaps stupid) question concerning the configuration files:
I understood that the actual files/data are under github
and what I don't understand is that the structure of the files there is quite different as the xxx.conf files I downloaded in the past and I'm using.
When I click on cstorm_linux-chisinau_udp.ovpn for example, I could copy/paste the text and store it in a text file. Or I click on
cstorm_linux-chisinau_udp.ovpn -> Raw
and see in the browser the configuration file in a text format (see here
Could I in spite of the difference to my .conf files store the "raw-text" in a file, import the file in in my Network Manager and it would work ? (Linux)
I apoligize if my question is in the wrong thread. Tell me and I put the question otherwhere else.
When I find a difference to my .conf files on github, I adapt my .conf file to the changed data found on github and store the file as .conf, so the structure of my .conf files remains the same. Is this the good way to do? For me its some confusing.