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install tor on debian

BridgeRelay 1

# Replace "TODO1" with a Tor port of your choice.
# This port must be externally reachable.
# Avoid port 9001 because it's commonly associated with Tor and censors may be scanning the Internet for this port.
ORPort TODO1

ServerTransportPlugin obfs4 exec /usr/bin/obfs4proxy

# Replace "TODO2" with an obfs4 port of your choice.
# This port must be externally reachable and must be different from the one specified for ORPort.
# Avoid port 9001 because it's commonly associated with Tor and censors may be scanning the Internet for this port.
ServerTransportListenAddr obfs4 0.0.0.0:TODO2

# Local communication port between Tor and obfs4.  Always set this to "auto".
# "Ext" means "extended", not "external".  Don't try to set a specific port number, nor listen on 0.0.0.0.
ExtORPort auto

# Replace "" with your email address so we can contact you if there are problems with your bridge.
# This is optional but encouraged.
ContactInfo 

# Pick a nickname that you like for your bridge.  This is optional.
Nickname PickANickname

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It’s telling Tor to run as a bridge.
2. It’s telling Tor to run as a relay.
3. It’s telling Tor to listen on a specific port for incoming connections.
4. It’s telling Tor to listen on a specific port for incoming obfs4 connections.
5. It’s telling Tor to listen on a specific port for local communication between Tor and obfs4.
6. It’s telling Tor to use a specific nickname.
7. It’s telling Tor to use a specific email address.

Now, let’s replace the TODO1 and TODO2 placeholders with actual port numbers.

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