Running V2ray Client on Debian/ Ubuntu Desktops via config.json

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The EZ way.. :)

Open the terminal and get the source: wget

Run the script: sudo bash go.sh

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Successful V2ray Client installation wil look like this..

Now V2ray will create a default config.json located at /etc/v2ray/config.json

We will replace that with a desired config.json, you can search for my Threads for one and download it..

Navigate to the file and replace the default (sample copy and overwrite): sudo cp /home/nicu/Downloads/config.json /etc/v2ray/config.json

You can check if it is the right config: cat /etc/v2ray/config.json

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V2ray is ready to launch: sudo systemctl start v2ray

To stop: sudo systemctl stop v2ray
To restart: sudo systemctl restart v2ray
To check the status: sudo systemctl status v2ray

It will now run at the background and you can check the status to double check..

Now go to your Firefox Browser, open the Network Settings, follow the settings below and click OK

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Check your IP Address at ifconfig.co if your V2ray succeeded :)

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I think working din ito sa Fedora (CentOS) and Arch-based distributions mag-iiba lang konti siguro sa commands..