Teamspeak does not support arm/Raspberry Pi as server. In some gaming communities like World of Warcraft/Germany Teamspeak is the standard server, which everyone uses. So mumble is no alternative.
As already posted (and copied here) on http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/qu ... k-3-server
I got Teamspeak 3 running using qemu running a x86 Debian squeeze. There is some room for improvement for sure, but for now that's what worked for me. I hope I didn't forget something.
First of all thanks to Dietmar and meigrafd of the raspberry pi forum. Without their work I wouldn't have succeeded.
1. We need some software `apt-get install git zlib1g-dev libsdl1.2-dev`
2. Download the source of qemu (`wget 188.8.131.52/RaspberryPI/qemudidi2.rar`) already patched by Dietmar for Raspberry pi. It is qemu 0.15.50 from Thoronir, because the support for ARM host seems to be even worse with the current version.
3. Unrar it `unrar x qemuADLI.part1.rar`. You have to use the unrar non-free version ([Link to howto])
4. Configure what to compile (takes about a minute)
`./configure --target-list="i386-softmmu" --enable-sdl --extra-cflags="-O3 -mfloat-abi=hard -mfpu=vfp -mcpu=arm1176jzf-s -mtune=arm1176jzf-s -march=armv6zk" --audio-drv-list="alsa oss sdl pa" --audio-card-list="ac97 es1370 sb16 cs4231a adlib gus hda"`
5. Now compile `make` (takes half an hour at least)
6. Now install `make install`
7. Now qemu is installed successfully.
**Preparing Debian Image** (using Windows as host)
8. Download and install qemu for Windows ([Link])
9. Download Debian netinstall image ([squeeze]). I used squeeze, but wheezy might be also good.
10. Create image using `qemu-img.exe create -f qcow2 G:\debian.img 1500M`(smaller size should be suffient too)
11. Install debian x86. I recommend to choose no meta package. `qemu -cpu 486 -hda G:\debian.img -cdrom G:\debian-6.0.4-i386-netinst.iso -boot d -m 512 -smp 1`
12. After installation run the qemu command again, but with some changes `qemu -cpu 486 -hda G:\debian.img -boot d -m 512 -smp 1 -redir tcp:9022::22 -redir udp
:9987`. -redir is used to redirect the network from the guest to the hosts ports.
13. Now install less and your favorite editor (like nano, vim,etc.) you like to use `apt-get install less vim`
14. Install OpenSSH Server `apt-get install openssh-server`
15. Install Teamspeak like you usually would do.
16. Connect to teamspeak from you windows host using localhost:1234 (remember above we redirected the port)
17. Test to connect to it via ssh/putty using localhost:9022
18. Shutdown `shutdown -hP now` the image and copy it via scp(winscp) to your pi.
**Run it on the Pi** (Use a SSH for the following commands)
19. Get the missing qemu Bios `wget -O /usr/share/qemu/sgabios.bin http://qemu.weilnetz.de/w32/2012-06-28/sgabios.bin
20. Start it! `qemu -cpu 486 -hda debian.img -m 150m -smp 1 -redir tcp:9022::22 -redir udp:9055::9987 --nographic`
21. If you get a memory error then try it a few times.
22. If it says starting Grub then wait some minutes (it's booting in the background, but you will never get a prompt here!). Now login with a other SSH terminal to login 'ssh root@localhost -p 9022'
23. Now start Teamspeak and try to log in on port 9055 of the Pi.
24. Shutdown again the qemu guest.
25. Start it again but add -daemonize, so it runs even when you log off. I also made a [script] to help me.
My Pi is the 256 MB version overclocked to 1000 Mhz using raspi-config.
The Pi runs constantly at 70% CPU load average. It varies between 50% (using 700 MHz) and nearly 100% using 1000 MHz. But the load shows "0.77, 0.83, 0.80", which is okay.
In the future I hope to either use a native Teamspeak version (my hope is still up) or to use qemu in user mode and better performance with more current version. Time will tell
I have yet to test the performance of teamspeak itself, if it is usable for gaming situations. I noticed some milliseconds latence overhead, but not too much to worry yet.
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