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NathanLS

wrong place I am certain but..

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Hi there, I am running Ubuntu Linux, no problems there got the .jar to load fine.

However the bot claims to be rs3 supporting and yet when I uncheck the oldskool box nothing loads.

 

If I am being stupid then apologies. 

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Hi there, I am running Ubuntu Linux, no problems there got the .jar to load fine.

However the bot claims to be rs3 supporting and yet when I uncheck the oldskool box nothing loads.

 

If I am being stupid then apologies. 

The RS3 client is limited at this time and only supports windows.

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Damn! well thank you all for your speedy support, I am not used to such an active community, and lucky for me I have windows 7 duel booted on this beast. 

 

Why do people prefer oldschool btw ? 

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oldschool profits are better off for anything unless your doing good methods on rs3


 


since your new i would suggest oldschool


 


****even tho oldschool may have more bans ****


 


buts its up to you of course :)


 


lmk if you need a cheap bond <3


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I used to make £800 a month on old school back before it was oldschool had 12 bots running on an eight core server I hired. But getting back into it I just don't know anymore. The site I used to use got shut down after they killed reflection.

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