Setup SuperGuardVPN on Linux devices: A Step-by-Step Guide


Step 1: Install WireGuard

The installation process for WireGuard varies depending on your Linux distribution. You can find the instruction for your distribution on Wireguard Official Website

Here are the general steps for installing WireGuard on Ubuntu, Debian, and other Debian-based distros:

  1. Update your package manager:
sudo apt update
  1. Install WireGuard:
sudo apt install wireguard

Step 2: Copy Your Connection Configuration

If you haven't created a connection yet, go to your Connections, create a new connection, and click on the View Configuration button when the connection is ready.

Step 3: Create a WireGuard Interface Configuration File

  1. Create a new file named wg0.conf in the /etc/wireguard directory.

  2. Open the wg0.conf file using your preferred text editor and paste the configuration into the wg0.conf file.

  3. Save the wg0.conf file.

Step 4: Activate the WireGuard Interface

Enable the WireGuard interface using the following command:

sudo wg-quick up wg0

Step 5: Verify the Connection

Verify the location of your ip from the following website:


Success Confirmation: If the location displayed on the website matches the location of your connection, then your connection is working properly and you're all set.

  "ip": "",
  "hostname": "",
  "city": "Council Bluffs",
  "region": "Iowa",
  "country": "US",
  "loc": "41.2619,-95.8608",
  "org": "AS396982 Google LLC",
  "postal": "51502",
  "timezone": "America/Chicago",
  "readme": ""

Enjoy Unrestricted and Secure Online Freedom With your Linux device securely connected to SuperGuardVPN, you can now enjoy unrestricted access to the internet, bypass geo-restrictions, safeguard your online privacy, and protect your sensitive data from prying eyes. Embrace the