If you are using Red Hat Fedora, the Yellow dog Updater, Modified (yum) is probably the easiest way to install software. It can be found on http://linux.duke.edu/projects/yum/, and provides many interesting features, such as automatic updates, solving dependency problems, and managing installation of software packages.
Even though OpenVPN installation on Fedora can only be done on the command line, it still is a very easy task. The installation makes use of the commands
wget, rpm, and
wget:A command-line download manager suitable for
rpm:The Red Hat Package Manager is a software management system used by distributions like SuSE or Red Hat. It keeps track of changes and ...