Setting up Shadowsocks-libev on Linux Server


You need to prepare the following content for setup

  1. A non-blocked server
  2. An SSH client

The recommended server systems are listed below

  • Debian 8 or higher, including oldoldstable (jessie), old stable (stretch), stable (buster), testing (bullseye), and unstable (sid)
  • Ubuntu 16.10 or higher

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The server information is as follows

CPU 1 Core | Memory 2048 M
Hard Disk 5 GB | Bandwidth 500M
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IPv4 1 | IPv6 1

Setup Tutorial#


First, log in to your server using an SSH client
Enter the following code to install Shadowsocks-libev

sudo apt update
sudo apt install shadowsocks-libev

If you encounter a prompt similar to the following, enter Y and press Enter

Do you want to continue? [Y/n]


First, you need to stop Shadowsocks-libev to proceed with the following operations

systemctl stop shadowsocks-libev

Next, open /etc/shadowsocks-libev/config.json for configuration

# Use Vim editor
vim /etc/shadowsocks-libev/config.json

# Use Nano editor
nano /etc/shadowsocks-libev/config.json

Replace the file content with the following text

    "server":["::", ""],

Note! Please replace the password field in the text with your own password


Next, use the following command to start Shadowsocks-libev

systemctl start shadowsocks-libev

You can use systemctl status shadowsocks-libev to check the running status of Shadowsocks-libev

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