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Old 04-01-2004, 12:15 AM   #1
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Teamspeak server latest vs.


ok following this tutorial, yes its out of date for the current server but close enough, i have run into a little issue i could use some help with.

[root@raylap tss2_rc2]# ./ teamspeak2-server_startscript start
-bash: ./: is a directory
[root@raylap tss2_rc2]# ./teamspeak2-server_startscript start
WARNING ! For security reasons we advise: DO NOT RUN THE SERVER AS ROOT
starting the teamspeak2 server
TeamSpeak Server Daemon started with PID 15733
[root@raylap tss2_rc2]# ./teamspeak2-server_startscript stop
stopping the teamspeak2 server...done

ok so you can see i do not want to try to run TS2 as root but i know it works.

[ray@raylap tss2_rc2]$ ./teamspeak2-server_startscript start
starting the teamspeak2 server
Exception EFCreateError in module server_linux at 0806F059.
Cannot create file "/home/ray/tss2_rc2/server.ini". Permission denied.

so i chmod 755 /home/ray/tss2_rc2/server.ini thinking that would do the trick. i still get that error. the server.ini file is set to root owner, but i thought that with 755 (full to owner, read and exe to all others right?) that i should still be able to exe that file?

what am i doing wrong or just not understanding here? do i need to change the owner to me, or should i not mess with that?

anyways thanks for the heads up.

P.S. please look at my postfix thread too, that is far higher priority in getting info and up and running. TS2 is just for fun, but postfix will be used at my business within the next few weeks i hope.
Old 04-01-2004, 02:21 PM   #2
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well as no one was kind enough to reply to this, i was able to figure some of it out else were and so ill post the results here:

first off the big mistake i made was to uncompress the tar as root instead of the user that will access the program. that set things in the wrong permision set and ownership.

so as root i had to do the following:

cd /home/ray/
chown ray:ray tss2_rc2
chmod 755 tss2_rc2

then as user ray:

cd /home/ray/tss2_rc2
./teamspeak2-server_startscript start

yeah its up and running. now just to get the superadmin password to work.

so if anyone else has issues trying to setup a TeamSpeak 2 server on linux shoot me a line and ill see about helping out.
Old 01-13-2005, 08:49 PM   #3
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Hey can you help with my problem? Here's the situation,
I'm running Fedora-CR2-BASE, on a dedicated server having to do everything remotly as the server isn't here at my home, I up loaded the TS server files and then ssh to the server where I cd to the location of the server files, then
sh teamspeak2-server_startscript start
it always returns this error
starting the teamspeak2 server
ELF interpreter /lib/ not found
Abort trap
I've tried everything I can think of including removing and downloading a fresh copy of the server files but still no luck.
Help Please.


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