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There's a simpler way to run Tor Browser in Ubuntu.

Matt Pagan authored on 19/04/2014 20:43:28
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 <h3><a class="anchor" href="#Ubuntu">
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 I'm using Ubuntu and I can't start Tor Browser.</a></h3>
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 <p>
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-Ubuntu prevents its users from executing shell scripts by clicking them,
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-even when the file permissions are set correctly. For now you need to
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-start the Tor Browser from the command line by running </p>
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+You'll need to tell Ubuntu that you want the ability to execute shell scripts 
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+from the graphical interface. Open "Files" (Unity's explorer), open 
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+Preferences-> Behavior Tab -> Check "Run executable text files when they are 
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+opened" then OK.
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+</p>
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+<p>You can also start the Tor Browser from the command line by running </p>
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 <pre>./start-tor-browser</pre>
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 <p>
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 from inside the Tor Browser directory.