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    Default puTTY - permission denied

    tried to run "teamspeak" using puTTY and get a permission denied. The teamspeak folder is sitting on my public html.

    ie, i unpak'd teamspeak and uploaded the whole teamspeak folder using ftp.

    Have i got the teamspeak folder in the wrong place?

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    If it's somewhere in public_html then it's fine ... but I'm not sure where the "permission denied" you mentioned comes in. Did you follow the directions like in this tutorial http://www.hyper-gaming.com/pages.ph...peak/index.php

    Also don't forget you need to have a dedicated IP and "bind" TS to it.

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    The only thing i think i did differently is i unpacked the Tspeak file on my own pc then i uploaded the unpacked tspeak folder to my ftp. Both tutorials i have read show uploading the zipped file and then unpacking it on the ftp/website.

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    try running "chmod +x teamspeak2-server_startscript" Based on the colors in your ssh terminal it doesn't seem to be executable. It should be colored green.

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    nothing is coloured green.

    is this a command? chmod +x teamspeak2-server_startscript

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    Default hmmmm

    hmmm 24hrs later and that exe is coloured green. I ran the start and stop commands and didn't get an error. I guess that means the server did start up?


    If so and i'm into the ini thingy. The instructions i am following are:

    6. If you dont already have a dedicated IP, now will the time to get it.
    We need to bind the Team Speak server to your Dedicated IP. We need to edit server.ini
    A fairly easy to use editor to run from SSH is nano
    $> nano server.ini
    find the BoundToIP1 and add your dedicated IP to it. Please note there are no spaces and dont include the '<' '>'

    BoundToIp1=<your-dedicated-IP>


    When i run nano server.ini heres what i get:

    I am now lost/stuck lol. Those things down the bottom, how do i access them? Does this look ok?

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    Ok it looks like the server never started. banging head on wall now.
    Last edited by Rikstr; 09-26-2006 at 05:29 PM.

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    aha!
    I uploaded the zipped teamspeak file, extracted that online using tar -jxvf ts2.......

    Once i did that and started the TSpeak server it actually did start and i could see that lol. stopped it, and then used nano ini and when i did that i could see the bound to ip line which wasn't there before.

    I guess you can't upload a Unzipped T/Speak folder to your ftp. Upload the zipped and extract it within your ftp using PuTTY etc.

    Thanks for your help peoples. I'm starting to get familiar with SSH in Putty.

    Rikstr

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