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Setting up an Obfsproxy Bridge on Debian/Ubuntu

This guide will help you set up an obfuscated bridge on a Debian/Ubuntu system. Add the development Tor APT repository and run the specified commands to install tor and deb.torproject.org-keyring. You need Tor 0.2.4.x Tor because it knows how to automatically report your obfsproxy address to BridgeDB.

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