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  1. No worries. You're doing it right. We all start...

    No worries. You're doing it right. We all start out like that. :)
  2. I generally find experience the best teacher....

    I generally find experience the best teacher. Find an old system or cobble one together and install Linux on it. Use it, break, it, then use it and break it again. IMO that's the best way to learn....
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    Schedule a time to restart your VPS with your...

    Schedule a time to restart your VPS with your client. Next time you start it up log into it with whatever management interface you use and poke around. Turn the TS server on and off, connect to it,...
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    Respectfully, I'm not sure if you have any idea...

    Respectfully, I'm not sure if you have any idea what's happening either. Large bandwidth usage doesn't necessarily mean something is hacked (a very nebulous term). It just means something is using a...
  5. The big, modern desktop distros won't run well on...

    The big, modern desktop distros won't run well on those specs. Perhaps a minimal Ubuntu, Debian, or CentOS install would do. Otherwise there are distros out there like Damn Small Linux that are...
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    Check out the files in your server's doc/...

    Check out the files in your server's doc/ directory. They explain what to do with tokens and how to get started.
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    Have you audited your users' traffic? Maybe...

    Have you audited your users' traffic? Maybe they're all sending each other gigantic files and using huge codecs.
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    Public Bug Tracker?

    Is there a public facing bug tracker for Teamspeak 3? There are a lot of similar issues being thrown around on these forums, and it'd be cool to see them condensed into a single place and see what...
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    Perform those instructions in a terminal. Go to...

    Perform those instructions in a terminal. Go to your Applications -> Utilities folder, then open the Terminal program. A terminal is a local command shell that is somewhat analogous to the old DOS...
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    I couldn't say really. "Host not found" implies a...

    I couldn't say really. "Host not found" implies a name resolution error, which shouldn't apply when connecting by IP. Can these users ping your IP address?
  11. Cd to it before executing it. If need be create a...

    Cd to it before executing it. If need be create a shell script that does it for you.
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    Try setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH to your server's...

    Try setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH to your server's directory before you start it. If you're using that shell script then you may need to cd to that directory from within your screen session. Encapsulating...
  13. You should redirect output to a log file when you...

    You should redirect output to a log file when you start the server. You may need it later. :) If you really don't want to see it you can redirect it to /dev/null. :)
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    To verify, some of your users are getting a 'host...

    To verify, some of your users are getting a 'host not found' error when connecting via IP address?
  15. Thread: Performance

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    If CPU and memory loads look good then ext thing...

    If CPU and memory loads look good then ext thing I usually check are my disks and disk controllers. What's your I/O load look like?
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    Run the server once with the createinifile=1...

    Run the server once with the createinifile=1 option. That'll make an ini file in your server's directory that you can use to edit your settings.
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    "pool-74-97-187-201.prvdri.fios.verizon.net" is...

    "pool-74-97-187-201.prvdri.fios.verizon.net" is your IP's reverse DNS record. Your users will need to connect to your server based on a forward record or by IP address.
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    Agreed! Running through launchd...

    Agreed! Running through launchd is very preferable. I didn't know about Lingon. Thanks for the link. It takes all the fun out of making launchd services. ;)
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    The default SQLite has the advantage of being...

    The default SQLite has the advantage of being very fast and lightweight at the expense of slightly larger file I/O. Languages like PHP read SQLite just fine, and to back it up all you have to do is...
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    Agreed. Requiring manual intervention on your...

    Agreed. Requiring manual intervention on your host's part or having to manually mess with /dev is not an ideal solution. Not to mention that FreeBSD doesn't have /dev/shm. :)
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    I can only see screen fixing the problem if the...

    I can only see screen fixing the problem if the server is looking for a very specific environment to run in. FWIW I'm running in screen and experiencing the error. I'm pouring through strace output...
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    May as well throw my environment onto the pile....

    May as well throw my environment onto the pile. :) I'm running into the same error on FreeBSD 6.4 and 8.0, running via Linux emulation.
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    Either run the server in the background (which I...

    Either run the server in the background (which I don't recommend) or use a tool like screen or tmux to be able to safely detach from your session.
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