Run all the commands as sudo non-root user only:

Step 1 – Update and upgrade the packages

sudo — sh -c ‘apt-get update; apt-get upgrade -y; apt-get dist-upgrade -y; apt-get autoremove -y; apt-get autoclean -y’

Step 2 – Install Docker in the server

sudo curl -sS | sh

Once docker is installed, start it, check its status and enable the service.

Command to start docker service:

sudo systemctl start docker

Command to enable Docker service

sudo systemctl enable docker

Step 3 – Run the command to install Outline in server.

sudo bash -c “$(wget -qO-

The output will be like:

: Copy the line highlighted in green above, as it will be required for connecting it with Outline VPN Client.

Step 4 – Install Outline VPN client

Go to outline site and download/install the client:

Now paste the line mentioned below, which is highlighted in green color in the step 3 screenshot as shown below:

Paste the above line in the section “Paste your installation output here”. Then click “Done” and the screen will will show that the VPN is connected.

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