Virtual Private Solutions And Business Networking
root@Amd-Server:~# service teamspeak status
● teamspeak.service – (null)
Loaded: loaded (/etc/init.d/teamspeak)
Active: inactive (dead)
Please Help sir
Everything was going fine until I attempted to make the ini file.
bash: ./ts3server_minimal_runscript.sh: Permission denied
How 2 fix?
i did it in root thinking i could change it later… i couldn’t; i deleted the server folder and started again.
1 question, if change the password to the ts3User would that change the password to get into server?
Hello there. I have followed your video on installing Teamspeak on my Linux server and it dose not seem to be working. I start the server and it starts up fine. when i go to join the server i get “Error”
Im new to all this so can you please help. I run a multicraft server on it was well so i dont know if thats messing it up
Also, in case you don’t feel like typing the entire names every time,
For example, to quickly extract the .bz2 (make sure there’s no other ones, but you just made a new home directory so there won’t be any) use sudo tar -xvf *.tar.bz2
Same for renaming the dir, try mv team* teamspeak
Thanks for this tut! It was really useful, next time please mention some people may need to install chkconfig. For example, my Debian distro didn’t have it. (Got it with apt-get install chkconfig though!)
(Sorry for commenting so much!)
In the init.d file, if you didn’t name your teamspeak folder ‘teamspeak3-server’ make sure to also edit that in the init.d file!
For everyone stuck at the creating ini file part of the video go into your teamspeak3-server folder through FTP and change the file permissions of “ts3server” to 755 or it will tell you permission denied!
Often instead of typing the entire name of a file you can start with the beginning letters then type the key. So “sudo tar -xvf team”. The prompt will autocomplete the filename but will not execute the line. If there are multiple names that are similar just type the next letter and tab until the name is complete.
teamspeak.service: Failed at step EXEC spawning /etc/init.d/teamspeak: No such file or directory
When trying to start I get this when looking at journalctl -xe. When I look at /etc/init.d/ teamspeak file is there. What to do?
Fixed it my self had to ad in teamspeak file “-” after bin sh.
i get this error
tar (child): Error is not recoverable: exiting now
tar: Child returned status 2
tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now
[ts3user@vultr ~]$ tar -zxvf teamspeak3-server_linux_amd64-18.104.22.168.tar.bz2
When I finally type “service teamspeak status” is says “No server running (ts3server.pid is missing). How can I fix this? Please help!!
omg lrn2tab key ffs pls.
thourough tutorial but omg tab key please, you are killing me.
when i enter service teamspeak status
it says Server seems to have died
plz help me
for anyone trying to un extract the file u need to use tar jxf
will this keep my ts3 server online even when my pc is off?
Does this tutorial change a bit if you get a newer version of TeamSpeak or something?
To extract .bzip file :
apt-get install bzip2
bzip2 -d file.bzip2
tar -xsvf file.tar
rm -r file.tar
Hope it help !
Hi, The autorestart server of ts3 is not working for me, every time i reboot the server teamspeak sevice seems dont work and stay died… i changed the user and the name of the server … but changed on service … maybe is for this?
The runscript.sh when i do that it saids permission denied..
i can’t create the ini file what to do
How can I see the MAC and IP addresses of users who have connected to my linux server ??
How I change my client limit, here it is 32
Works perfectly every time, ty