When I follow below instructions I get error in terminal:
jlp@new-host-3:~> expressvpn activate
Cannot connect to expressvpnd daemon.
It seems that the expressvpn daemon is not running. Please run "sudo service expressvpn restart" to start it.
If the problem persists, please contact us.
When I run “sudo service expressvpn restart” in terminal I get below:
jlp@new-host-3:~> sudo service expressvpn restart
[sudo] password for root:
service: no such service expressvpn
Which installer did you download and run? - For the given choices, Fedora is typically the best try.
Did you reboot? Often if implemented as a service, whether it can be successfully started or not, it might be configured to start on boot.
Also, to get a more descriptive error when something doesn’t work (and you’re manually invoking),
You can capture your system events in real time by opening an elevated console, running the following command and leave it open as you do whatever might throw an error (in your case start the expressvpn service)
I just ran into this problem moving from CentOS to OpenSUSE for my desktop. It appears that for some reason the rpm installation does not copy over the systemd service file. (Problem 1)
Going off of my Fedora installation, I did the following: