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dnsmasq is available in the official package repository of Ubuntu. So, you can easily install it using the APT package manager. Ubuntu uses systemd-resolved by default to manage DNS servers and DNS caching. Before you install dnsmasq, you must stop and disable systemd-resolved services. Otherwise, you won’t be able to run dnsmasq at all. ubuntu - OpenVPN: No DNS forward - Server Fault

How to use OpenDNS in Ubuntu 12.04 - YouTube

I've been able to set up a routed OpenVPN on my VPS running Ubuntu 10.04. I'm able to ping both ways as well as open any website using IP-addresses on the client. Via domain names however, it does