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11-05-2012, 01:47 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
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Unable to launch TS3 with a boot script
I'm planning to set up a TS3 server, but right now I have encountered some issues with the startup process.
- The server is to use MySQL (I have already set up the necessary MySQL user, and the MySQL server is also up and running)
- The TS binary is to reside in a subdirectory of /usr/local (here: /usr/local/teamspeak which is set to uid/gid root/teamspeak with permission bits set to 770 to allow the server to write to that dir)
- The server process is started with the aid of startproc (so the euid/egid of the process gets set to an unprivileged user) in a bootup script.
- All files necessary (except the logs, etc) are to be root-owned (but not suid root) to avoid security risks.
I'm running openSuSE 11.4 on my server.
However, my problem now is that TeamSpeak refuses to start up, because somehow it cannot find the module libts3db_mysql.so.
Although I have exported the variable LD_LIBRARY_PATH (which points to the directory the module resides in) in the bootup script, somehow it doesn't get propagated to the server binary. Does anybody have any experience with the use of startproc/killproc in conjunction with TS3?
EDIT3: Strangely enough, calling the server directly via minimal startup script works - now I really don't know what's going on here...
EDIT4: I finally managed to resolve this issue. At least TS3 now manages to load the MySQL plugin...
Last edited by Robidu; 11-05-2012 at 07:32.
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