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How to run TS3 on Linux Download TS3 from website: Download Link Pick your flavor [Client (x86, AMD64)] Drag from Downloads folder (or wherever your downloads go to) and drag it to Desktop Now open a terminal: $ cd Desktop $ chmod u+x ./Temspeak3-Client-linux_x86-3.0.16.run $ ./TeamSpeak3-Client-Linux_x86-3.0.16.run Read the terms! Hit “q“ to exit terms once you have read them. Type in Y or y or yes Watch it do its thing. It made a new folder on your Desktop! Now rename that folder “TeamSpeak3” to make things easy. Now open a new terminal if you want a clean look and get used to using the cd command. $ cd Desktop/TeamSpeak3 $ chmod +x ts3client_runscript.sh $ ./tsclient_runscript.sh Now it will run! To have it run every time you need to do the following: $ cd Desktop/TeamSpeak3 $ ./ts3client_runscript.sh And it will run! Things to make life a bit easier... Rename the folder to TS3 Rename the script to ts3rsc.sh You can rename the .sh file to anything you want but you must keep it in the folder. This way typing everything out will take 5 seconds versus 15 Have fun! submitted by rpiduino [link] [3 comments]

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