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What Linux versions does Proton VPN support?

Proton VPN officially supports Linux with the Proton VPN Linux app (with GUI) and the Proton VPN CLI tool. 

We also offer OpenVPN and WireGuard configuration files so you can manually configure third-party VPN clients to work with Proton VPN. 

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This page is continually updated to reflect the Linux distributions and versions that we currently support. 

The Proton VPN Linux app

The Proton VPN Linux app is currently officially supported on the following distros:

  • Debian 11+
  • Ubuntu 20.04 (LTS)+
  • Mint 20+
  • MX Linux 21.1+
  • Kali Linux
  • Elementary OS 6.0+
  • Fedora 35+
  • Archlinux / Manjaro

The Debian repository should work on many Debian-based distros, and we invite users to test-run our software on their systems. But we cannot guarantee support if things don’t work on these unsupported systems.

The Proton VPN CLI

The Proton VPN CLI tool is currently officially supported on the following distros:

  • Debian 11+
  • Ubuntu 20.04 (LTS)+
  • Mint 20+
  • MX Linux 21.1+
  • Kali Linux
  • Elementary OS 6.0+
  • Fedora 35+
  • Archlinux / Manjaro

The Debian repository should work on many Debian-based distros, and we invite users to test-run our software on their systems. But we cannot guarantee support if things don’t work on these unsupported systems.

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