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suspect x
November 24th, 2011, 11:17 PM
Finally after alot of search and headache I found this link which you may download the Oracle Virtual Box for Linux in Sudan (a poor punished country) ,
and I want to share it and save the others a lot of headache trying to download it from sudan !!


November 25th, 2011, 04:06 PM
mmmmmmmmmm, thanks 4 the link :) but that wouldn`t help with the rest of blocked/softwares. you should of tried to use a proxy like hotspot shield or something :) but thanks for the tip :)


suspect x
November 27th, 2011, 04:42 PM
Thanks moe19790 (http://ubuntuforums.org/member.php?u=841822) so much
it's good that you mentioned proxy's , may I ask "HOW" to use them?
I download hotspotshield and started it , it opened a web page saying that it is connected but just then I wasn't able to surf the net ,actually it "disconnected" me .
now am using linux as my primary OS having a new kind of headache trying to use a command line proxy
how can I do that ,do you know ???


November 29th, 2011, 06:24 PM
hello :)

well, i was talking about windows :) but in Ubuntu i`m using ultrasurf :) here is a DEB package made by FoxOman :)


then download this addon to ur firefox


after installing both, when u want to bypass the block, run the prog "will find it under application, INTERNET"

then at the lower right corner "firfsox window" will will find a note saying Wj Disable, click on it it will turn green, that means ur browser is connected through the proxy. when u r done. click again it will be red and close the prog. will be back to normal surfing :)

November 29th, 2011, 06:27 PM
regarding the disconnection when connecting through the other proxy prog. You should configure ur browser to connect through the proxy manually :) thats why it drops the connection "in windows, it works right away, although from personal experience i`ve noticed, the older ver is more stable -but sadly slower-"


suspect x
November 30th, 2011, 05:56 PM
Thanks so much MOe ,
Before you answer the thread ,I was surfing and searching for a linux CLI or GUI proxy and came out of google box with the following amazing porxys

tor www.torproject.org/ (http://www.torproject.org/) for GUI surfing and ,they also have a win version
proxychains proxychains.sf.net/ (http://ubuntuforums.org/proxychains.sf.net/) for CLI downloading and surfing :KS

November 30th, 2011, 07:27 PM
yes, tor is gr8 proxy, but i didn`t like their idea of a browser embedded crap thing, i kinda like my fiefox and to make it work for firefox u will need some work. the bright side of tor project, is u have a proxy on the go, u can have it on a flash without a setup as long as the computer u r using has firefox installed :)...

Any ways, Glad u solved ur issue bro... all the best :)