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How to setup Shadowsocks on your Ubuntu server
@yuchenlin
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yuchenlin commented Jul 27, 2017

is there any method that does not need sudo?

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yuchenlin commented Jul 27, 2017

oh i see, we can specify the pid-file and log-file location manually

@fazzolini
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fazzolini commented Sep 17, 2017

/etc/shadowsocks.json needs to be created on the server? What ip address and password do I need to put in? The server's own ip address? And the password should be the one I would like to use on my local machine to connect to the server?

@rtpro
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rtpro commented Nov 28, 2017

You can skip the whole server creation process and just use a service such as ShadowTunnelz https://shadowtunnelz.com/

@StevenMasini
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StevenMasini commented Apr 22, 2018

You might need to edit this Gist, but on some Ubuntu instance you might need to install libsodium by running sudo apt-get install libsodium-dev

@mohamadaliakbari
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mohamadaliakbari commented May 7, 2018

Install latest version

pip3 install -U git+https://github.com/shadowsocks/shadowsocks.git@master

https://github.com/shadowsocks/shadowsocks/issues/646#issuecomment-267977330

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sarviAcademy commented Jan 5, 2019

speed is very slow and frequently disconnected.

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