For Q1, yes it’s much better to create a dedicated qubes for your vpn. As explained in the documentation:
Like that,your configuration won’t affect your other AppVms and your VPN will be easier to manage for your other devices. I also use ProtonVpn and the method described in the documentation works wonderfully! However, don’t forget that the password Your VPN is different from your email! (I mention this because I made this mistake at the time lol) If you’re worried about the size, in my case , it doesn’t even weigh 100MB
For your Q2, I don’t really understand it. Which file are you talking about? Why install a vpn in whonix? And why Are you talking about a file.exe???
Oh,I,oh,really？ I usually use windows. And I think exefile for all type OS… Actually I first use Linux. Thank you advice.
I search normal way to use vpn in Linux. I think I can do it. But, you talking way is so difficult. Especially part3 「Set up your VPN as described in the NetworkManager documentation linked above. 」. How to linked VPN and NetworkManager? What file type? Openvpn?
If you’ve never used a linux system, maybe using Qubes-os directly isn’t necessarily the easiest way to get acquainted with Linux. The rest of the community, tell me if I’m wrong… If you really want to continue using Qubes, follow the documentation exactly as it writes, it’s very well done And as you can see, the community is very responsive and caring
As for part 3 (and probably the others), you may need to ask yourself some questions Regarding the “qubes-vpn-handler.sh” script. To be simple and basic, the contents of the file and The source code of the “program” and the command “sudo chmod +x” allows you to make it executable, a bit like A Windows.exe file. Anyway, for ProtonVpn, you can find the.ovpn files by clicking on the "OpenVPN / IKEv23…
This documentation, as written, works wonderfully for ProtonVPV…