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 WARNING: If you have the py3-PyNaCl package installed, the final command will overwrite your system pynacl, which is likely newer, with pynacl 1.2.1, potentially breaking other packages. This can be worked around either by using a virtualenv (safe), or editing requirements.txt to remove the pinned version (at your own risk). WARNING: If you have the py3-PyNaCl package installed, the final command will overwrite your system pynacl, which is likely newer, with pynacl 1.2.1, potentially breaking other packages. This can be worked around either by using a virtualenv (safe), or editing requirements.txt to remove the pinned version (at your own risk).
  
-After doing those commands, you can [[musicbot:​configuration|configure]] the bot and then run it using ''​%%./​run.py%%''​.+After doing those commands, you can [[musicbot:en:​configuration|configure]] the bot and then run it using ''​%%./​run.py%%''​.
  
 In accordance with OpenBSD conventions,​ you are recommended to create a dedicated user for the bot in order to keep it privilege-separated from the rest of your system. Refer to the ''​%%useradd(1)%%''​ [[https://​man.openbsd.org/​useradd|manual page]] for more details. Refer to the ''​%%rc.d(8)%%''​ [[https://​man.openbsd.org/​rc.d|manual page]] for details on how to start the bot automatically on system startup. In accordance with OpenBSD conventions,​ you are recommended to create a dedicated user for the bot in order to keep it privilege-separated from the rest of your system. Refer to the ''​%%useradd(1)%%''​ [[https://​man.openbsd.org/​useradd|manual page]] for more details. Refer to the ''​%%rc.d(8)%%''​ [[https://​man.openbsd.org/​rc.d|manual page]] for details on how to start the bot automatically on system startup.