Joined: Dec. 2005
||Posted: Jan. 20 2006,07:07
My son wanted a teamspeak server for World of Warcraft. He started his own clan, so he just had to have one. We set one up on a AMD 350, 256mb & ide hard drive. On the hardness scale I would put this at a 3. We have had a max of 5 people on it yet, fair quality on a 200k up / 1.5m down cable modem.
Go to http://www.goteamspeak.com/index.php?page=downloads&ig=4
and download the server to the /home/dsl directory, after agreeing to the user agreement.
Then from a root shell/terminal exicute the following commands:
tar -xvjf ts2_server_rc2_20201.tar.bz2
chmod -r 755 tss2_rc2
(look for a line in there that says admin & superadmin, passwords and write them down)
Hit Ctrl-x to exit, do not save changes.
Open a user shell/terminal for the rest of the commands:
It should be running now, open Firefox and in the address bar put in http://localhost:14534 (localhost can also be your ipaddress)
Login to the web page and setup your server, then go back to the website above and download the client, and install it on your computer you want to use it on. Us, it is windows boxes, however there is a Linux cllient maybe I will try it tomorrow.
Everyday this little distro amazes me in its versitility, flexability and friendly-ness. It is a fine piece of work.