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tr1cky

Teamsepak Server install-script (Debian/Ubuntu)

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Hey,

since I install a lot of teamspeak servers I wrote a simple script that does everything needed automatically.

This is what the script does:

- It creates a user named "teamspeak" (without a password and without SSH access)
- It creates a teamspeak server under the user
- It adds autostart entries so the teamspeak server automatically starts after a reboot
- After installation the serverquery-details and the admin-token for the server are displayed

For x64:

wget http://tsdownload.tr1cky.net/ts_64.sh && chmod u+x ts_64.sh && sh ts_64.sh

For x86:

wget http://tsdownload.tr1cky.net/ts_86.sh && chmod u+x ts_86.sh && sh ts_86.sh

Right now this installs the following Teamspeak server version: 3.0.11.4

Regards

tr1cky

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