TeamSpeak Server 32-bit 3.1.0
TeamSpeak is flexible, powerful, scalable software which enables people to speak with one another over the Internet. TeamSpeak consists of both client and server software. The server acts as a host to multiple client connections, capable of handling literally thousands of simultaneous users.
- Address book for easier management of multiple TeamSpeak servers
- Create multiple channels and sub-channels for your users
- Moderate channels for more control when hosting large group meetings
- Whisper functions so you can speak privately to inidividuals, groups of persons, or users in other channels
This is the 32-bit version of the server.
Before you run the teamspeak 3 server it is required that you agree to our license. This license can be found in the file "license.txt" or "LICENSE" (depending on your platform), which is located in the same location as the ts3server binary (the main folder). If, after reading it, you agree to the license, this can be indicated in one of three ways:
1: Create a file called ".ts3server_license_accepted" in the current working directory. The contents of this file are irrelevant and can be empty. For example on linux do: touch .ts3server_license_accepted.
2: Start the ts3server with the commandline parameter "license_accepted" set to 1. For example: ts3server license_accepted=1.
3: Set the OS environment variable TS3SERVER_LICENSE to "accept". For example on Windows: set TS3SERVER_LICENSE=accept.
New accounting subsystem. Please read accounting.txt in the docs folder.
Windows xp and vista support has been dropped.
Fixed a bug where a channel could be created with a password without the needed permission.
Fixed some performance issues when copying a server group.
Accounting server Documentation updated.
New property 'virtualserver_nickname' allowing to add the server nickname into the server settings. Changes to the new property are only possible by users with the new 'virtualserver_nickname' permission.
New parameter 'wait_until_ready' in ts3db_mariadb.ini that specifies in seconds how long the ts3server should wait for the database to become available.
Released under new license.