Installing I2P on Ubuntu

  1. Open a terminal and enter:
    sudo apt-add-repository ppa:i2p-maintainers/i2p

    This command will add the PPA to /etc/apt/sources.list.d and fetch the gpg key that the repository has been signed with. The GPG key ensures that the packages have not been tampered with since being built.

  • Notify your package manager of the new PPA by entering
    sudo apt-get update

    This command will retrieve the latest list of software from each repository that is enabled on your system, including the I2P PPA that was added with the earlier command.

  • You are now ready to install I2P!
    sudo apt-get install i2p
  • Your browse should open up with your local I2P router console, to browse i2p domains you have to configure your browser to use the i2p proxy. Also check your connection status on the left side on the router console. If your status is Network: Firewalled your connection will be rather slow. The first time you start I2P it may take a few minutes to integrate you into the network and find additional peers to optimize your integration, so please be patient.
  • From the Tools menu, select Options to bring up the Firefox settings panel. Click the icon labelled Advanced, then click on the Network tab. In the Connections section, click on the Settings button. You'll see a Window like the following:


    In the Connection Settings window, click the circle next to Manual proxy configuration, then enter, port 4444 in the HTTP Proxy field. Enter, port 4445 in the SSL Proxy field. Be sure to enter localhost and into the „No Proxy for“ box.


    For more information and proxy settings for other browsers check

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