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    Quote Originally Posted by Barungar View Post
    That sounds very much like a shared memory and files permission permission issue. Or said in short... the user you created to run the teamspeak server is not allowed to use the systems shared memory. The shared memory is needed as long as there is no valid license to run the local accounting. It's the way teamspeak checks if other server instances are running on the local system.

    So do a quick check of the permissions of the shared memory.
    I forgot to add it in the original post, sorry. That's something i saw in another thread, and to be sure it is ok, i setted permissions to 777 on this specific directory (/dev/shm). I also checked with a ps -aux if another instance wasn't already running, but it's ok. Even after this, i've the same problem.

    Result of ls -l : http://puu.sh/5hekF.png

    However, i mounted tmpfs multiple times (using mount -t tmpfs tmpfs /dev/shm) : http://puu.sh/5hefp.png
    Do you think it could be the problem ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barungar View Post
    That sounds very much like a shared memory and files permission permission issue. Or said in short... the user you created to run the teamspeak server is not allowed to use the systems shared memory. The shared memory is needed as long as there is no valid license to run the local accounting. It's the way teamspeak checks if other server instances are running on the local system.

    So do a quick check of the permissions of the shared memory.
    I forgot to say that it was already something i did some search about. In fact, the shared memory is in a folder that is totally free to access (777) : http://puu.sh/5hekF
    So, my user shouldn't have any problem with it.

    However, i may have mounted too many times this shared memory : http://puu.sh/5hefp
    I wonder if the problem could come from here. Restarting the server could fix the problem then... But i would be sure before trying it. Is there another way to unmount all those shared memory ?
    Last edited by Chris; April 8th, 2014 at 08:25 AM.

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