Installing Tstream on a Linux system
Thread poster: Anna McVeigh

Anna McVeigh
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Feb 27, 2015

Hello technical people,

I have used Tstream previously and am now using a Linux system instead of Windows. When I click on download to run or open the Tstream installer, it tries to open it using Mozilla Firefox and does not install Tstream. I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.

I would be very grateful for any help suggested.

Thank you in advance,

Anna McVeigh


Piyush Ojha  Identity Verified
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Can you give more information Feb 28, 2015

about the software and where you are downloading it from? Is it available for linux?


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Java Feb 28, 2015

You need to have proper Java packages installed on your system first - for instance IcedTea Java Web Start. Once you have it, download the tesws.jnpl file and right-click to select running it with IcedTea. This should install TStream that you should be able to run from now on.


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