Section: Maintenance Commands (8) Updated: April 2008 Local index
teamspeak-server - the daemon used to create a TeamSpeak server.
[-db=<filename>] [-ini=<filename>] [-sql=<path>] [-log=<filename>] [-pid=<filename>] [-badnames=<filename>] [-httpdocs=<path>] [-tcpquerydocs=<path>]
is the daemon used to create a TeamSpeak server.
TeamSpeak is a VoIP chat mostly used for online gaming.
You may consider looking at 'teamspeak' package which provides the X client.
Path to the SQL skeletons.
You should really set this options to '/usr/share/teamspeak-server/sql/sqlite/' unless you know what you do.
File containing the 'bad names'.
Path to the html file used by the Web-admin interface.
You should really set this options to '/usr/share/teamspeak-server/httpdocs/' unless you know what you do.
Path to the scripts used by TCP queries.
You should really set this options to '/usr/share/teamspeak-server/tcpquerydocs/' unless you know what you do.
Debian init script, you really should use this script instead of running teamspeak-server from command line.
Configuration file for the init script.
You can set up specific options from this file.
Teamspeak sever's configuration file.
Contains the passwords extracted from the log file.
DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE!
This Debian package contains the X client which can connect to this server.
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Time: 22:02:29 GMT, April 16, 2011