I have installed openvpn, network-manager-openvpn, and netork-manager-openvpn-gnome.
I try to configure a VPN in Settings. I enter the gateway, the CA certificate, the user certificate, the user private key, and the user key password. When I click “Add” the Settings window disappears. When I open Settings again, the VPN that I configured is not there.
I had this working with several VPNs for moths until I had to change the password on one of them. I changed the password in Settings, but when I tried to connect, I got the window asking me for the password. I entered the password, but it didn’t work and I got the password request window again.
I am 100% certain that the password and user name are correct because it is working on another system.
I have removed and reinstalled network-manager, openvpn, network-manager-openvpn, and network-manager-openvpn-gnome several times, to no avail. I deleted /etc/NetworkManager and reinstalled all of the pacakges. Nothing makes any difference.
How do I restore VPN functionality?