- Download latest package, or
- Re-run installation script (Linux only)
- If you are using Linux with systemd, you can see panic log using command
journalctl -u v2ray.
- In general you can run command
v2ray -config=<config-file> -testto see error information.
- For configuration file (e.g., JSON), backward compatibility applies to at least one major releases. For example, V2Ray 4.x supports config files from V2Ray 3.x.
- For Protobuf based communication protocols, such as Api, backward compatibility applies to at least one major releases.
- For binary based commnunication protocols, such as Shadowsocks and VMess, it is always backward compatible when server version is not older than clients. When client version is newer, backward compatibility applies to at least 12 minor releases.
- You are using socks inbound in V2Ray, but your browser is configured to use HTTP proxy.
- Add a HTTP inbound in V2Ray, and then update your browser proxy settings to use this proxy.
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