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Easy TeamSpeak Installation in Linux

posted May 18, 2014, 12:35 PM by Lee Forest   [ updated May 27, 2014, 9:36 AM ]


For those of you trying out Linux (such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint, SteamOS, Debian) I have created a simple install script for installing TeamSpeak 3 on your system. The script assumes you have sudo access available. Currently has been tested on Ubuntu 14.04 both 32 and 64bit.

To download the script, open a terminal and run:
Then run the script with: 


You will be asked by TeamSpeak to accept their terms. Hit Y key to accept. Then you will be asked for your password in order to install the client system-wide.
Once installation is complete you can delete the script file and launch TeamSpeak through your applications menu.


If for some reason you wish to remove the installation we also provide a simple remove script that will remove the files that have been installed by our script.
(Note: this doesn't remove an installation performed by other means. Only that by our own install script.)

To download the script type:
Then run the script with:


You will be asked for your password. Then the installed files for TeamSpeak will be removed from the system directories.