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  1. #1
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    Automatic restart of TS3-Server (Linux/Debian)

    Hi,

    i'm aware that this topic is perhaps a common question, sorry if this question is posted every month or so. But i didn't find a good thread about it or a article in the knowlege base. Every thread about this i found was from 2006-2009. But maybe i used the wrong words for my search.

    So, whats the best way to automaticly restart the TS3 Server after a reboot of my linux server (Debian Squeeze). I'm relativly new to linux. Any help or links to a short how to would be welcome.

    Thanks!

  2. #2
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    Hello

    The best way should be a init.d script (you could several on this forum using the keyword "autostart")
    Someone prefer use the cron job - but in my sense this is not the "cleanest" solution.

    Before anything, I suggest you to surch on google some documentation how this systems works (cron or init.d script) to avoid any non volontary error

  3. #3
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    February 2012
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    Hello!

    I've got a problem. I'm totally newbie, but I bought today VPS (clean on Debian 6.0 64bit amd), I installed Team Speak 3 server, everything is working fine (server starts, I can join, edite everything etc.) but I cannot set it autostart and cannot leave Putty (SSH client) because server disconnects.

    I used Autstartscript, changed path to TS3 directory, but after I write reboot, server is rebooting but TS3 server wont start. Nothing happens. I must manually start it by ./ts3server_startscript.sh start.

    But that won't let me leave Putty. Any help?

    //EDIT:

    I I'm using ./ts3server_startscript.sh server won't disconnect. Everything is fine. But now I need only working autostart script.
    Last edited by veronek; February 24th, 2012 at 01:57 PM.

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