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  1. #1
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    Dont get it at all

    Feel like the dumbest right now.

    Used TS v2 for some time, (dont even remember how I installed it back then) but I cant get it running. Using debian 4 vps server (webserver)

    I have put a folder named teamspeak in root of home folder
    started with command

    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    Please don't use this outdated script anymore!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


    Code:
    ./ts3server_linux_x86
    But no files like ServerAdmin token was created. So I guess server diden't start?
    How do I see if the server is running?
    How do I get started? I have read some threads but I dont understand.
    Also what is best, run with or without sql?

    I dont find a proper "how to" that really explain it very easy.

    Anyone please able to explain to a total n00b.


    //Regards, Kribba
    Last edited by florian_fr40; November 15th, 2011 at 11:56 AM.

  2. #2
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    look

    Look in the ./doc folder. There is a server_quickstart.txt in there.

    Linuxx

  3. #3
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    Yes, done that. But I had the license file in ts root first time I started the server so the it diden't install. When I removed file it worked.

    Is the server only running if I have terminal window open? It seams when I close terminal the server is not working anymore.

  4. #4
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    Yes

    The server is in beta right now, so it does not have a daemon mode. There are several start up scripts out there, all you have to do is search the forums.

    http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...hlight=startup



    Linuxx

  5. #5
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    Thanks.

    But its not easy when you dont have a clue what you looking for :P
    Im at very beginning in my linux career

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    ...

    I would recommend hanging out in these forums for a few days. Look at the problems other people run into, see how they solved them,then start looking into your own server. It will make your server much more reliable if you don't repeat someones mistake...

    Linuxx

  7. #7
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    the very first time you start the server, there will be a folder created called logs in the TS3 server folder, the first log file will have the serveradmin token, copy it, email it to the computer you're using to connect to TS3 with the client, on that computer start the TS3 client, log in, click on Permissions at the top, then click on Use Token... Enter that token from the log file in there and click OK

  8. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kribba View Post
    Yes, done that. But I had the license file in ts root first time I started the server so the it diden't install. When I removed file it worked.

    Is the server only running if I have terminal window open? It seams when I close terminal the server is not working anymore.
    Try running it with a screen session.

    Type:
    screen ./ts3server_linux_x86

    When it loads the server, press ctrl + a then ctrl + d to detach the screen session, then when you log off the terminal it'll stay running in the background.

    If you'd like to reattach the session, type:
    screen -r

  9. #9
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    Skillz has a good suggestion. Running with the normal start command will cause it to only run while the user is logged in. As soon as you ctl+c or logout, it stops the server.

    Keep in mind to nor run as root too.

    I would suggest taking a look at the server startscript posted in another thread. It's not too hard to install IMO and will make the start and stop painless. Auto start on server boot and everything.

    You may wish to delete the .db file and start over. This will wipe any settings, but you probably don't have any. Then look to the /log directory for the first log. It will have the admin token in it.

  10. #10
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    Thanks for the suggestions. Will try it


    //Kribba

  11. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by linuxx View Post
    The server is in beta right now, so it does not have a daemon mode.

    Revive this thread again. Does current beta support daemon mode. So the TS server still running after logged out from webserver/closed terminal?


    //Regards, Kribba

  12. #12
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    Yes, it does. In fact, it only supports daemon mode now.

  13. #13
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    Great news

    Thanks, Kribba

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