If you don't know how read this guide
yum -y install bzip2 wget nano yum -y update
apt-get update && apt-get -y upgrade apt-get -y install bzip2 wget nano
Lets make sure we create the user for TeamSpeak and navigate to its folder and login as that user.
useradd -m ts3 cd /home/ts3 su ts3
Visit http://www.teamspeak.com/downloads#server to download the latest version of the official sever software. DO NOT USE DOWNLOADS FROM OTHER LOCATIONS they are usually riddled with malware (viruses, trojans). Make sure you don't download the server but click the small folder button (highlighted in image below). Also make sure you get the Linux Server 64-bit
Now type "wget" and right click in SSH to paste the link it should look something like below (VERSION would be replaced with the actual version)
Now we extract the file, and delete the downloaded file.
tar -jxvf teamspeak3-server_linux_amd64-VERSION.tar.bz2 rm teamspeak3-server_linux_amd64-VERSION.tar.bz2
Now just go into the folder and start TeamSpeak
cd teamspeak3-server_linux_amd64 ./ts3server_startscript.sh start
The server will start up and information will display; specifically your server query details and server admin token. Copy it by highlighting the text with your mouse then paste it into a text file. these are the details you need to control the installation.
Press Ctrl+C on your keyboard to go back to the command line. The server should still be running. Type "exit" in the SSH window to log out of the ts3 user and you should be back to root. If you're all done type "exit" again and it will log you out completely and close the window.
Connect to your now running TeamSpeak 3 server. Next, please read the following guides they are crucial to having a properly running server:
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