Previously we shared a small tutorial about how you can use UltraSurf to unblock any website in Windows, this time we would like to share a small tutorial through which you can use UltraSurf to unblock any website in Ubuntu (Linux). Through UltraSurf you can not only unblock any website but also you can surf internet anonymously. Here is a step by step procedure to install UltraSurf in Ubuntu so that you may bypass and surf web anonymously in Ubuntu (Linux).
- If you haven't installed Wine yet, then click here to install wine with full instructions.
- Download UltraSurf from UltraReach [Official Website] and install it via Wine.
- Now you will require two DLLs (Dynamic Link Libraries) which you can download from here [Zip 566kb].
- Extract mfc42.dll and msvcp60.dll from the zip file and copy them to
- Where ~ represents your Home Directory.
- By default .wine directory is hidden, so you have to change the settings of your File Manager to view hidden files and directories. You may also use CTRL+H to toggle view of hidden files and folders.
- Now its time to launch UltraSurf via terminal
- Simply right-click on on u95.exe file and choose Open with 'Wine Windows Program Loader'
- Now when UltraSurf will be launched, click on the Options button and then check Do not use IE.
- Click on the Proxy Settings button and click on the Auto-Detect Proxy radio button. In case you are behind a specific proxy [if you are connected via LAN etc] then you should choose Manual Proxy Settings and then set your proxy and port number.
- Next step is to change your system proxy settings to the following values:
- Now restart UltraSurf or click on the Refresh button on the main UltraSurf window. Ur done.
Note: Name of executable file varies with the version of UltraSurf, so its better to check the name of executable file before using the above command.
HTTP Proxy: 127.0.0.1