Teamspeak 2

Forum: myDSL Extensions (deprecated)
Topic: Teamspeak 2
started by: SaidinUnleashed

Posted by SaidinUnleashed on Dec. 06 2004,22:13
Okay, I know we have Gphone and it works fine, but I still want suggest < Teamspeak 2 >.

Its the voice equivalent of IRC.

As stated on the site the requirements are as follows.

   * Distribution of Linux
   * Pentium 166 mhz
   * 64 MegaBytes of RAM
   * 10 MegaBytes of harddisk space
   * An X server (like XFree86)
   * An Internet connection or LAN
   * A full-duplex soundcard
   * A microphone (if you want to be able to talk, not just listen)

DSL meets this. And it would be cool to hear all of your voices in chat!


Posted by Ninja on Dec. 06 2004,22:27
teamspeak 2 is very good, i use it all the time under windows, like every day.
Its not going to run well on older machines though and its fairly large. but it would be very cool as a .dsl

Posted by SaidinUnleashed on Dec. 06 2004,22:36
heh, that's why it's in the MyDSL Extensions forum ^_^

yes, i was suggesting this as a DSL.

Posted by SaidinUnleashed on Dec. 07 2004,00:54
well, i got it built (its actually pre compiled), but am having problems with permissions.

might have to make the shortcut as "sudo /opt/TeamSpeal2R2/TeamSpeak"

when i get it workin, i'll submit it.

Posted by ico2 on Dec. 07 2004,16:58
Posted by bork on Dec. 08 2004,03:16
ooh! I tried to run it on my computer, but it wouldn't do sound, at all... which was kinda problematic
maybe the MyDSLized thing would make it happy
or, you know, not

Posted by RileyIL77 on Sep. 22 2005,23:34
I've DSL install for a few months now, on my old Packard Bell, and finally got my friend in North Carolina to switch over it.  I still use TeamSpeak to talk to him, and he wants to run the run the client via DSL, can I get step by step instructions to setting the client in DSL?  He keeps getting Illegal instructions errors.  Thanks again!
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