To update NordVPN on Linux, simply enter three commands in the terminal, starting with sudo apt-get update. But there is a catch – you need to check for updates yourself.
Keep reading for step-by-step instructions on updating NordVPN on Linux and how to manually check for updates!
How to Update NordVPN on Linux?
To update NordVPN for Linux, run the following commands:
- sudo apt-get update
- sudo apt-get upgrade
- sudo apt-get install nordvpn
Once done, you’ll have the latest NordVPN version.
If you want to double-check whether your connection on Linux is working, you can do either of the following:
- Launch NordVPN.com on your browser. If the connection is successful, the bar at the top of the page should say your status is Protected.
- Check for IP leaks. A successful connection will show a different IP address than the one assigned by your ISP.
Sometimes, you may encounter a bug where the NordVPN app keeps restarting without finishing the update. In such a case, reboot your device, uninstall NordVPN, and download the latest NordVPN Linux app manually.
How to Check for NordVPN App Updates on Linux?
You can check and keep track of NordVPN app updates on the NordVPN app for Linux page.
Some updates are minor, focusing only on the UI. Others fix critical bugs or add new important features.
I recommend using the latest version of the NordVPN Linux app for your online security.
Linux OS distribution does matter for updating NordVPN.
NordVPN supports these Linux distributions: Ubuntu, Debian, Elementary OS, Linux Mint, Fedora, RHEL, CentOS, Qubes Os, and OpenSUSE. It doesn’t have support for TailOS, TempleOS, and Arch.
Enjoy Threat Protection and Automated Kill Switch
Update your NordVPN Linux today to continue enjoying improvements and new security features. These app updates also help fix weaknesses in the app that hackers can exploit.
Enjoy big discounts on NordVPN today!