Great guide, now i finaly found out how to set it up on my vps server. Do you know, how to inset my licensekey? so i can host many, and are there a control panel to host them. Or do i need to set them all up, like you did?
Very nice! Just a quick tip if you type the first few letters of the file your trying to tar/untar or script your trying execute and then hit the tab key it will fill the rest of the file name out for you i know personally for me i hate taking my hands off my keyboard when working with the terminal and maybe this will help some people. I got it working in ubuntu using this exact same process but i feel like centos is much more stable! Thanks.
I had that myself it meant that i hade CENTOS 32 bit on 64bit teamspeak but when i look your problem it seems that it searches for lib .. not lib64 it looks like you have CENTOS 64 and tries to run teamspeak on 32 BITS
Starting the TeamSpeak 3 server
TeamSpeak 3 server started, for details please view the log file
./ts3server_startscript.sh: ./ts3server_linux_x86: /lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory
@RainbowCumshot I am trying to install it on Ubuntu 11.04 and I know you are using CentOS, but I just had a quick question. The only reason I cannot connect to my server is that it is saying my server is out of date. Why would that be if I downloaded the latest files from the TeamSpeak website? As you may can tell, I am still kind of new to the Linux scene but I am gradually getting the hang of it.