How to use obfsproxy with openvpn web access server ?

How to use obfsproxy with openvpn web access server ? Hello i am a bit newbie to this community. I want to setup a VPN that workd in china. In china openVPN handshakes are being blocked, people are using obfsproxy to cloak their traffic and bypass restriction. I have installed web access server from open VPN. I followed below steps but after rebooting my server hangs i tired turning power off and on still does not work. Here is what i did.

create a new droplet

Droplet Name: VPN IP Address: Username: root Password: eae71a3fb42d0266

Changed password apt-get update wget dpkg -i op Press TAB

passwd openvpn Mynew password for open vpn password will be updated sucessfully. ovpn-init DELETE yes KEEP ON CLICKING ENTER ENTER all interfaces or 1 Login to web interface. go to Server Network Settings change protocol to tcp on 443 Obfs proxy -> sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list my version is Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) deb trusty main ctrl+x and save as same name gpg --keyserver --recv 886DDD89 apt-get update apt-get install apt-get install obfsproxy sudo nano /etc/rc.local add line below this above to exit 0 line. obfsproxy --log-file=obfsproxy.log --log-min-severity=info obfs2 --dest= server reboot my machine freezes here :(

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don’t put the text into /etc/rc.local until you know it works

instead do it manually and specify –log-min-severity=debug also its server

this might help

I can confirm openvpn-AS works fine on digitalocean with scramblesuit obfsproxy