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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 ]

Installation

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:
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/lee8oi/easyts3/master/client-install.sh
Then run the script with: 

bash client-install.sh

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.

Removal

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 client-install.sh script.
(Note: this doesn't remove an installation performed by other means. Only that by our own install script.)

To download the script type:
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/lee8oi/easyts3/master/client-remove.sh
Then run the script with:

bash client-remove.sh

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