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Description: In this tutorial we will explain how to Extract the PK3 files in your SOF2 Folder.
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Added on: 21 September 2014
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  Installing and setting up TS3 on a Linux CentOs VPS with Auto Restart  Popular Tutorials
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This will walk you through the simple steps on how to setup a TeamSpeak 3 server on linux. This can be very useful if you wanted to run a TeamSpeak 3 server on a VPS and have complete control of it. Personally I like using a VPS Server to run TeamSpeak 3. It gives me complete control and I don’t need to rely on another provider. When I first went to install TeamSpeak 3 on a Linux server I found it was a little tricky. After a few rounds of trial and error I found a very simple process and was up and running in less than 10 minutes. Below are the simple steps I took to get my TeamSpeak 3 server up and running in a few minutes.


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