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  1. #31
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    I hope so.

    Now i wait a lot of time that my and the arm server of much other TS user are going to be supportet from the TS dev team

    Greetings Klaus

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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    I can't say it will be ported.
    It's not planned before final release.
    Maybe Dev's will discuss about it after Final release!
    I started this thread at 31-12-2009 09:47.

    I know that is not a big job to compile something to arm.

    Artemis support ARM compiling like other big projects (example Onlinetvrecorder.com)

    I am very happy about to hear that the developer thinking about this option.

    Greetings Klaus

  3. #33
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    I only want to say, you have my vote.

    I also am waiting on an VoIP server application on ARM architecture solution.

    Best regards, Hans

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artemis1121 View Post
    hi,

    i am the owner of a sheevaplug too and would like to have a ts3 server running on it too!
    most nas and energy-saving embedded devices use arm processors and are perfect as home-teamspeak servers.
    as klaus1978 already said arm little endian is something completly different than x86. but it is supported by most linux distributions. standard build utils exist and even crosscompile should be easy. i have a standard debian running on my sheevaplug and all i am missing is a teamspeak 3 server!

    would be great if arm little endian could be supported!
    thanks!
    And now the RC1 ist online... yiiihaaa... hope that the final release compile in arm too ;-)

    Plz to all coders.

  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    I can't say it will be ported.
    It's not planned before final release.
    Maybe Dev's will discuss about it after Final release!
    Hello Back.

    The Final is Released and now i ask again ;-)

    Klaus

  6. #36
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    TS server compiled for ARM would be too easy and practical. Won't happen...

    My 5 watt GuruPlug serves up 15 web sites for the public, 1.5TB of files for the LAN, wireless hub (DHCP./NAT), serves as a development platform for the armedslack project ( http://www.armedslack.org/ ), yadda yadda yadda and has plenty of space for a TS server. But I suspect I will still have to serve TS up on the 700 watt guzzling Intel/AMD desktop because TS server cannot be compiled for other platforms by the team. It's way too hard to add a "-march=armv4t" flag in the mix.

    Move along.

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    i still hope to get a ts3 arm server.. there are a lot of powerful and power-saving(!!!) arm servers out there and thats why they would be a perfect ts3 server platform!

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    I signed up to this forum just for this feature. I have been a ventrillo user since World of Warcraft. I am willing to make the switch (and my guild) if you provide an ARM server.

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    I to signed up just to vote for this as well.
    I own a QNAP TS-419 and would very much like to have a TeamSpreak 3 server running on it.

    Vote +1

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    Is it possible that the official TS Team could post a statement?

    Itīs boring to look every few weeks if arm will be supported or not.

    Greetings and thanks

    Klaus

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    [QUOTE=Juanisan;296522]TS will never be ported to cheap low powered ARM servers.
    Edit by mod - This is no official statement!

    After 2 Years i thinking the same like Juanisan :-(

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    How about an official statement then?

    Hi,

    While searching for information on a TS3 ARM port I stumbled over this thread and noticed a lot mod breaks stating: "This is not an official statement!".

    Okay, so what is the official statement then? As stated in the thread, it can not be the porting effort because that is relatively easy? Surely the Team Speak product manager sees business value in an ARM port now that Microsoft is jumping on the ARM bandwagon with their Windows 8?

    Any feedback is appreciated (official feedback is preferred )

    Cheers,
    jeroen

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    The information from a mod is also official as my anwser is ;D

    There was no discussion yet, i guess the developers wait to finish all features and fix all bugs and then they discuss about other Mobiles Os and processors.
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    Hi, thanks for the reply Any idea when the team will be discussing this then? Is it on the roadmap at all? Right now I am thinking to give murmur a shot unless the TS3 ARM beta is around the corner ofcourse

    Thanks,

    Jeroen

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    hmm, i meaned there are no plans yet, also no roadmap for ARM at this moment.
    As said, nothing has discussed yet, so we (the developers) have no pans yet.
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