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Looks Good :D
Long time overdue response...
I will rewrite this in C# and i'll add that functionality. Its relatively simple to do (Or i might whack it in the VB version quickly)
Registered channels stay after everyone leaves the channel
No you cant
Link back to the TS site
http://www.teamspeak.com/?page=downloads - At the bottom of the page
Nothing special is needed, they will communicate either way fine with no special configuration as long as the server is correctly setup
Is that against my latest version presumably? (As the german wasnt complete)
Try "which php" - Should tell you where its installed
I think you need to be whinging at BT/your ISP
Dont minimise Teamspeak? Just select another active window?
Not supported, and also against the EULA of using Teamspeak...
Or if you own a domain, and can control your own DNS records, create a subdomain/ and set the A Record to the IP
/me votes to close the thread :D
Short Answer: They're the developers, and they can do what they want
MySQL DB, then a php script for people to register from a website?
Probably cause i didnt look to the end to see i'd already replied....
If its working with Cyrus', then your not using MySQL...
If the computer is turned off - how is there any chance anyone could use the server?
It isnt the full code, its referencing something somewhere
$ts2 = new TS2;
Thats declaring an instance of a class/similar - Which isnt given in the code
Is the port scanner scanning UDP?
Or just TCP
Also, i'd change those passwords ASAP
Otherwise you will lose your server
After removing the space from the link
You "can", but its not endorsed
And it shouldnt be discussed here
Oh, and we wont tell you how to do it
The forum would be better if users searched...
Wiki does sound good...
Could have the FAQ page, and then link to forum posts etc etc..
A sign of things to come?
*cough* Qemu *cough*
You need to insert it into the database
If your using MySQL, just do an SQL insert using php/similar
If your not...
Unless the teamspeak news says otherwise, its not today
Someone did start something similar to this...
var nickname = document.TS_Form.nickname.value;
var username = document.TS_Form.username.value;
<form method="post" action="process.asp">
Nickname: <input type="text" name="nick" value="" />
Login Name: <input type="text" name="username" value=""...
Services have to be coded differently...
Sounds like an easier option to me!!
That reply was barely 20 minutes after the original post!!
The only problem, i believe, is if say you are trying to use a free mysql host or similar, that doesnt let you have persistant connections
As far as i remember from reading somewhere, TS needs a...
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