What’s the schedule for the Kodi app?
I’ve been trying to install Goose VPN thruogh the OpenVPN app (from Zomboided Repository) using the User Define VPN option, but it won’t let me.
Also used the console mode method via ssh connect. Was not able to download using ssh commandline
“wget https://portal.goosevpn.com/downloads/kodi/autosetup.sh chmod +x autosetup.sh”
because the autosetup file is set to read only.
Instead I downloaded it using only : https://portal.goosevpn.com/downloads/kodi/autosetup.sh and copied it to the storage folder on my Kodi box
When trying to run autosetup.sh it returns errorcode.
bypassed this by going to the file settings and crossing all open boxes
then it makes a vpn folder on my kodi and an .ovpn and .txt file.
Does it work now?
My Ip-adres is still the same on my Kodi box. But I can see on my profilepage( GooseVPN account) I have used 3 858.53 MB so far, thus I can assume it works?
- This topic was modified 6 months, 1 week ago by Herman.
We are expecting the Kodi add-on to be done within two weeks from now, so we are nearly there!
It looks like it works, you can test if GOOSE VPN works properly following these instructions.
If you go to your web browser within KODI you can go to the following link:
If it says “You are safe online using GOOSE VPN” it works just as it is supposed to be.
We’re glad to finally say the KODI add-on is online!!
It is available to download via our website or you can Download our KODI add-on here.
At this point, we do not have a manual for it yet, but we’re releasing the manual within a few hours from now.
I tried to install Goose Kodi VPN, but there were some issues. I have downloaded GooseVPN from this link https://portal.goosevpn.com/downloads/kodi/autosetup.sh and after getting into the settings I got a vpn folder and an .ovpn file created as Herman described. How do I know if it is working properly?