Linux setup

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In this guide, we will go through the installation process of the Atlas VPN application on devices that run the Linux Ubuntu operating system with i386 or x86_64 architecture. Currently, Atlas VPN for Linux does not have a GUI. To set up and use the VPN, you will have to use the terminal. Support for other Linux distributions is coming soon!

Note: you will need a premium Atlas VPN subscription to connect to the VPN on Linux. To get a premium subscription, go to our pricing page and pick the deal that suits you best!

    1. Download the setup package from the Atlas VPN website.
    2. Once you have the file, check what repository it is in. You can do that by right-clicking on the file and choosing Properties. The repository will be displayed next to Parent folder.

    3. Open the terminal by pressing Ctrl, Alt, and T keys together.
    4. Once you open it, copy this command into the terminal, edit the /path/to part of the command to indicate the repository, and press Enter to run it:
      sudo dpkg -i /path/to/atlasvpn-repo.deb

    5. You will be asked to enter your computer password. After entering it, you can continue setting up Atlas VPN on Linux.
    6. Before installing the Atlas VPN, please copy this command into the terminal and press Enter to run it:
      sudo apt update

    7. Afterward, run this command in the terminal to install Atlas VPN:
      sudo apt install atlasvpn

    8. Once you finish the installation steps and install the Atlas VPN on your Linux device, you will see the line AtlasVPN for Linux successfully installed!

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