[Support] Linuxserver.io - OpenVPN AS

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On 6/17/2021 at 8:37 AM, uraid said:

Click on the openvpn-as docker icon -> edit and add to the repository value ":{Version}" .

Just don't forget that version is the one I wrote above.

Excuse my brevity I'm on mobile

Man! Thank YOU!!! You just saved me hours of fixing the mess after I unfortunately updated this docker.

I would have to physically go to the different location where my backup server is and change the vpn settings. YODA BEST!

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On 6/17/2021 at 12:31 PM, thepim said:

You need to go to the admin console to accept the new user agreement (it says so in the changelog). I also had to download my profile again and import it in the program on my pc. That fixed it

 That fixed on my situation too. I'm on 2.9.0 and afraid to click on apply update 😐

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how to change password for admin for this container ? I keep getting information nothing to do when i type password for new user any ideas?how to change password for admin for this container ? I keep getting information nothing to do when i type password for new user any ideas?

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On 7/9/2021 at 4:14 AM, greenflash24 said:

I have created a fork of the linuxserver container, and i will try to maintain this container in the future (at least until the builds break again). Therefore I and others can have security fixes for a bit longer at least.


You can find a mirror of my fork here: https://github.com/fabianbees/docker-openvpn-as

Docker images will be pushed here: https://hub.docker.com/r/fabianbees/openvpn-as


I have not found time yet to update the Readme.md and change the dockerimage to point to my image instad of the linuxserver one, but this will be done in the future.

As i don't use jenkins in my homelab i just added some build-scrips, so i can build this image with gitlab-ci on my private gitlab instance.

-> UPDATE: I have added a disclaimer at the top of the readme.md and removed all references to the linuxserver team i have found so far, so that it is clear, that these builds are not related to them.


For now my image has the latest version of openvpn-as, which is version 2.9.2 at this time. (Linuxserver has 2.9.0)



If you want to switch to my docker image, you can do so my changing the image-repository in unraid from






But please make a backup of your appdata first, before changing to the new image just in case something goes wrong.


You sir, are my hero.

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