RedHat / openSUSE

The function of v2rayA depends on the V2Ray core, so the kernel needs to be installed.

Fedora 34 / 35 / 36 and CentOS Stream 8

Enable copr source

sudo dnf copr enable zhullyb/v2rayA

Install V2ray Core

sudo dnf install v2ray-core

Xray installation:

Install v2rayA

sudo dnf install v2raya

Fedora Silverblue / Kinoite

Reliable way

Switch to a suitable directory:

cd ~/Downloads
mkdir v2rayA
cd v2rayA

Enter the toolbox:

toolbox enter

Enable the copr repository:

sudo dnf copr enable zhullyb/v2rayA

Download packages:

dnf download --resolve v2ray-core v2raya

Exit to host:


Install downloaded packages on the host:

rpm-ostree install ./*.rpm

Warning: Be aware of the race condition where downloaded packages got replaced by unprivileged malware before installing it on the host.

Then, reboot your PC, either by GUI or by command:

systemctl reboot

Enable and start v2rayA:

sudo systemctl enable --now v2raya.service

Package updates should be handled by user manually.

Fast way

COPR repository is not supported by Fedora Silverblue / Kinoite where containerized workflows are expected, use it at your own risk. It seems to work for now but relavent functionalities may be changed or removed in the future.

# Add copr repository to your system
sudo curl -Lo /etc/yum.repos.d/ \$(rpm -E %fedora)/zhullyb-v2rayA-fedora-$(rpm -E %fedora).repo
# Install packages without rebooting
sudo rpm-ostree install -A v2ray-core v2raya
# Enable and start the service
sudo systemctl enable --now v2raya.service

Package updates are handled by rpm-ostree automatically.

Other rpm-based operating systems

This method can install v2rayA for Alma Linux, Rocky Linux, openSUSE or other Linux distributions based on the rpm package manager, provided that the distribution you are using uses systemd as a system management tool .

Install V2Ray core / Xray core

Official script of V2Ray / Xray

V2Ray installation:

Xray installation:

curl -Ls | sudo bash

You can turn off the service after installation, because v2rayA does not depend on the systemd service.

sudo systemctl disable v2ray --now ### Xray needs to replace the service with xray

Install v2rayA

After downloading the rpm package , run:

sudo rpm -i /path/download/installer_redhat_xxx_vxxx.rpm ### Replace the actual path where the rpm package is located by yourself


Start v2rayA / Enable v2rayA start automatically

Starting from version 1.5, v2rayA will no longer be started by default for users, nor will it be set to automatically start up by default.

  • Start v2rayA

    sudo systemctl start v2raya.service
  • Set auto-start

    sudo systemctl enable v2raya.service

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Last update on: May 05, 2022 02:23 +0800

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