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I have TBB 3.62 that contains everything I need to run on openSUSE 13.1, but they can not be used in the command-line mode (no gui), how to install tor+obfs offline in terminal and openSUSE 13.1?

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    How will you run TBB of you have no GUI? – user66 Jul 10 '14 at 7:39
  • Reply to Tichodroma: No, TBB can not run without GUI, but I think Tor client can and I need obfsproxy to connect to Tor network. – user3148 Jul 11 '14 at 4:55
  • @civos Your answer below is not an answer but a comment. If you just want to install Tor, take a look at torproject.org/download/download-unix.html.en for the official GNU/Linux repositories of Tor. – user66 Jul 11 '14 at 5:51
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If you want to run Tor in command-line mode, Tor Browser Bundle is not necessary. Instead you can use the RPMs to install Tor. Go to the bridges page. This page shows you some available bridges and you can also choose obfs3 here. Now open your torrc and add the lines you see at the bridges page. The lines look like

obfs3 127.0.0.1:60746 67890fea1264b5e535def1eb41e06 

It doesn't matter where these lines are. After you copied them, save the torrc and restart Tor. It will connect to the obfs3 bridges now.

  • I don't have 50 reputation. To Jens Kubieziel: Which RPMs torproject.org/docs/rpms.html.en I should download? The web site only provide Fedora/Redhat support, I tried to download them from its repo and install manually, but says could not found, what happen? – user3272 Jul 27 '14 at 2:07

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