Install MyIPHide on Linux

How to install MyIPHide on Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, ChromeOS, etc.) to unblock websites and hide IP? Here is a quick guide for you.

Step 1. Open a Terminal window

There are two ways to open a Terminal window on Linux.

  • Press Ctrl+Alt+T to launch the Terminal.
  • Or press Alt+F2 and type gnome-terminal to search the Terminal app.
Seach gnome-terminal
Search gnome-terminal

Step 2. Type these installation commands

sh mih

The first command line is to get the installation file “mih” from

Get the installation file
Get the installation file

The second command line is to run the installation file “mih”. It will ask your Linux password for installation.

Run the installation file
Run the installation file

Step 3. Double click the MyIPHide icon

Now the MyIPHide is installed and its icon is on your desktop. Double it to run MyIPHide.

MyIPHide Icon
MyIPHide Icon

Step 4. Now you can use MyIPHide

Please follow this quick guide to learn how to use MyIPHide on your Linux system.

Firefox should work now. If Chrome doesn’t work, please use this command line to launch it.

google-chrome --proxy-server=""