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During the installation of the DAppnode an OTP is created and the set up for establishing the VPN to connect. A config file is automatically generated (for MAC and IOS users)
The url to download this configfile is given as part of the DAppnode installation process.
Users can just double click that file to install a preset VPN profile and connect to the Dappnode. We have that config file set up for Mac and Windows, but not for Ubuntu.
The source code for this issue can be found [here.](https://github.com/dappnode/DAppNode_OTP)
Solving this issue means making it possible that the URL given by the DAppnode installation serves an Ubuntu tailored config file when the browser detects the device is Ubuntu based including a video or gif image of the instal process (as is now available with Mac)
Example OTP URL: https://dappnode.github.io/DAppNode_OTP/#otp=eyJzZXJ2ZXIiOiIxLjIuMy40IiwibmFtZSI6IkRBcHBOb2RlIiwidXNlciI6ImRhcHBub2RlX2FkbWluIiwicGFzcyI6IjlTSzRScmIxMTF3OGJTZUtTYmhnIiwicHNrIjoiODM0dFcxMjMxM1o5M2VrOUF4QiJ9
Example Ubuntu config file: