TeamSpeak3 Client package for Debian/Ubuntu
Tested and working on Ubuntu 18.10
Forked from https://github.com/Dh0mp5eur/TeamSpeak3-Client
Install on Debian/Ubuntu
Make sure you have the "menu" package:
sudo apt-get install menu
Installing TeamSpeak on Debian is very tedious, as there are no repositories or even native Deb packages users can download. Instead, if you want an installable TeamSpeak 3 client, you’ll need to build the package yourself. To start the build process, open up a terminal and install the Git tool.
sudo apt-get install git
Using git, grab the latest code for the TeamSpeak 3 client package builder:
git clone https://github.com/tmiland/TeamSpeak3-Client.git
CD into the newly cloned git folder, and execute the build tool to generate a new package.
Package.sh will build a DEB package according to your Architecture Type.
Use the dpkg command in terminal:
sudo dpkg -i teamspeak3-client_amd64.deb
sudo dpkg -i teamspeak3-client_i386.deb
Uninstall the TeamSpeak 3 client from Debian with:
sudo apt-get remove teamspeak3-client
If you're having dependency issues, run:
sudo aptitude install libc++1 libc++abi1 libqt5sql5 libqt5sql5-sqlite libsrtp0
Alternatively download deb packages here: https://github.com/tmiland/TeamSpeak3-Client/releases
Install instructions from: https://www.addictivetips.com/ubuntu-linux-tips/install-the-teamspeak-client-on-linux/