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23-12-2009, 18:41 #1-= TeamSpeak Addict =-
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[VIDEO] HowTo Install TS3 Server on Linux w/ Avatars and Transfers working. STICKY?
Edit by mod
Please don't use this outdated script anymore! The script got an overhaul long time ago.
Please use the minimal or startscript instead
Updated Video Coming "soon"
IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS... SEARCH THE FORUMS FOR YOUR ERROR MESSAGE. SOMEONE PROBABLY HAS ALREADY HAD THE PROBLEM AND ANSWERED IT. Posting new replies in this thread for problems that have already been addressed is polluting the Google and Forums searching.
READ THE SUPPORT RULES BEFORE POSTING QUESTIONS http://forum.teamspeak.com/announcement.php?f=100&a=51
By creating NEW THREADS and NEW REPLIES you are not only going to have to wait longer for your Server to work, but you wreck it for the next guy who actually does search and finds 20 threads on the same subject that was answered correctly in one of those posts
I made this video real quick to demonstrate how you can have a fully functional Teamspeak 3 Linux Beta 5+ Server in under ten minutes in response to my thread here.
WATCH IN HD!
YouTube it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8SgpKjK__Q
This Video uses the Teamspeak 3 Beta5 32bit Linux package
The real byte conversion for 1.5 Megs was "1572864" For Avatars
The code I used for Server Query Tool is
login serveradmin YoUrPaSSwOrD use sid=1 servergroupaddclient sgid=2 cldbid=2
the ts3server.ini file i used consisted of... (WARNING DO NOT SAVE IN DOS MODE). If you saved it in DOS Mode use dos2unix ts3server.ini
machine_id= default_voice_port=9987 voice_ip=22.214.171.124 licensepath= filetransfer_port=30033 filetransfer_ip=126.96.36.199 query_port=10011 query_ip=188.8.131.52 dbplugin=ts3db_sqlite3 dbpluginparameter= dbsqlpath=sql/ dbsqlcreatepath=create_sqlite/ logpath=logs logquerycommands=1
-Annotations for shell commands I used added. There is more than one way to skin a cat, And I like to learn all the ways so if you have ay tips let me know. I am a self taught Linux user since about 2000 and if you got nifty tricks I want to learn em. Or just a cleaner way of doing things (like extracting and deleting source tar ball in one step )
Atatched is a copy of a propper INI file not in DOS mode. Once you open it in notepad it will be in DOS Mode. Edit it with a real text editor like UltraEdit or on the remote machine.
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