To run RSPeer on Linux, you must be using a graphical user interface, attempting to run RSPeer over SSH will not work.
There are many guides on how to do this. Doing a Google search for "install gui and vnc" will lead you some guides.
One such as this one: https://www.interserver.net/tips/kb/how-to-install-vnc-on-linux-gui-for-your-linux-vps/
Install Java & Dependencies
Before you can run RSPeer, Java must be downloaded and installed in path.
Run the following commands per your OS.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt install default-jre
sudo apt-get install wget
CentOS / Fedora:
sudo yum install java-1.8.0-openjdk
sudo yum install wget
Other Linux OS / ARM
You'll need to google the proper commands to install java and wget. If you are running ARM linux, this guide assumes you are technical enough to do so.
Downloading & Running RSPeer
Run the following commands in your terminal based on your Linux bistro.
Linux x64, Ubuntu x64, CentOS x64, Fedora x64
sudo chmod +x rspeer-launcher-x64-linux
Linux ARM (Raspbery Pi, etc)
sudo chmod +x rspeer-launcher- -linux
Thats it, once you have run it, you should be greeted with a UI that looks similar to this after you login.
You may now launch a client or launch via quick-start from the Bot Management Panel.
Having trouble with your client not starting? Check out: /docs/client-wont-start