I looked all over the net on how to run EBESUCHER restarter on linux ubuntu systems, found one in a chinese forums which didn't work sadly. Today, I am presenting you the working way on how to install and run EBESUCHER restarter.

Before proceeding, please register on EBESUCHER

EBESUCHER is a traffic-exchange site that has geo-traffic option. it also has the option to let the users set how many seconds their sites should be viewed.

Now, for the method.

1. Login to your linux vps/machine.
(A desktop gui is a must for this tutorial.)

2. Once you had accessed your desktop, open terminal.

3. Type the following commands in the terminal
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su root
-It'll ask for password, just type your root's password
-Note: if your user has root's priviledges then you don't need to do that step
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cd /home/user/[/COLOR]
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wget https://www.ebesucher.com/data/restar...rs.v1.2.03.zip[/COLOR]
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apt-get install zip[/COLOR]
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apt-get install unzip[/COLOR]
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unzip /home/user/restarter-setup-others.v1.2.03.zip[/COLOR]
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cd /home/user/
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java -jar restarter.jar[/COLOR]
This should open a new window, the EBESUCHER restarter window. Just follow the restarter's instructions and let it run.

-Note: user in cd /home/user/ is your username in the system. if in case you don't know, please do this steps:
Type in the terminal:
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cd /home/[/COLOR]
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ls[/COLOR]
-It should list the folders/files in there, you should a folder that has your username as it is set as a folder by linux ubuntu systems.

More Notes:
The restarter may run for more than a week without interruption. Sometimes though, it only runs 1-3 days, because the restarter asks for your login username/restarter code once in a while.

Thanks for reading and hope this helps those who wants to run ebesucher on their linux systems/vps :teehee:
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