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  1. #121
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    ARM CPU's are not supported for the PC software.
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  2. #122
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    Hello teamspeak,

    I've tried to install an teamspeak server on a ds213air server from synology. The install worked but i couldnt activatie it. After a couple hours i found that i have an ARM architecture and teamspeak only support x86. I allready found some threads on othere forum that there isnt an arm architecture yet. My question is will there be one? And when will it be then?

    I would really like tot have an teamspeak server running on my current server.

    1BackFire1(Stefan)

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    Thanks for merging but this doesnt anwser my question are there all ready plans of building an ARM architecture? as you can see a lot of people would want one. So will there be one? So yes when?
    Last edited by dante696; December 18th, 2014 at 10:16 AM. Reason: merged #2

  3. #123
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    There is currently no plan to support ARM CPU'S for the PC client/server.

    This thread would be updated in case there is a change.
    Last edited by dante696; December 24th, 2014 at 08:56 PM. Reason: missed server
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  4. #124
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    There is currently no plan to support ARM CPU'S for the PC client.

    This thread would be updated in case there is a change.
    It would be greate to have support for ARM Cpu's. I have a NAS 24/7 on the internet. I would be a backup solution for emergency cases.

  5. #125
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    There is currently no plan to support ARM CPU'S for the PC client.

    This thread would be updated in case there is a change.
    People are asking for server not client.

    My opinion.. today it is easy to get VPS for $1 (more or less) per month, it is even better than running teamspeak at home.

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    I missed server in my post.
    I fixed it.
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  7. #127
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    hello team_teamspeak
    is it possible to create a client version for ARM (raspberry pi).

  8. #128
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    Please scroll up + read the thread title ;(
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  9. #129
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    Hello,
    gives any News for the Team to compile the TS3 Server for ARM Processors?
    Thanks

  10. #130
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    There is currently no plan to support ARM CPU'S for the PC client/server.
    This thread would be updated in case there is a change.
    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    Please scroll up + read the thread title ;(
    Any news are the last comments from me (DEC 2014) and the thread title saying it.
    Just above your post. Thank you for ignoring it
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  11. #131
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    There is currently no plan to support ARM CPU'S for the PC client/server.

    This thread would be updated in case there is a change.
    Why is there no plan?
    Why ignore the countless requests here?

    I would also like to see an arm build of the client in the future to run on my raspberry pi... Please listen to us :(

  12. #132
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    Hy there,

    Quote Originally Posted by james21 View Post
    Why is there no plan?
    Why ignore the countless requests here?

    I would also like to see an arm build of the client in the future to run on my raspberry pi... Please listen to us
    And with the Raspberry 2 just released today, there is a perfect new platform for ARM-based TS-Servers.
    So, count me in for a ARM-Version of the TS-Server!

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    I would like to see this as well

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    Hi, I also would like to show my interest in an ARM compatible version of the TS3 server.
    The topic says that a version of the server for ARM isn't possible, why isn't it possible to create one, or is it that you don't want to or have time to?

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