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  1. #1
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    teamspeak 3

    I download teamspeak 3 client. After i is finished, I go to the terminal and type in "sudo aptitude install teamspeak-client." When I open teamspeak... It is teamspeak 2... Not 3, any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boodude186 View Post
    I go to the terminal and type in "sudo aptitude install teamspeak-client."
    This will install the TS2 client from the software repositories (online server), and not your downloaded file.

    Maybe "sudo dpkg -i <your downloaded file>" works on Ubuntu too (if its a .deb file).

    Edit: Like florian wrote, you can just double click the TS3 installation file (after you added execute permissions to it).

  3. #3
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    Hello

    Because "aptitude" go to download the Teamspeak 2 package (There is no Teamspeak 3 package currently).

    Right click on the run file and execute like "shell".
    Follow the instruction.

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