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#269499 02/18/2004 5:28 PM
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I have integrated teamspeak ( www.teamspeak.org ) into my forums, If anyone is interested in the mods that I did I will try to work it up into something presentable and Post it.

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Nice Pappy yeah I added Ventrilo

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I will third that one if it can work with Ventrilo. Right now I use a link to open Ventrilo.


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I am actually using the threads database (w3t_Users Table) for authentication. new users get added to the teamspeak server automatically etc. so this is really a fairly full integration between Teamspeak and threads.

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As I said Nice I actually like Teamspeak better but the BF crew rather use ventrilo.

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is there a place I can listen to this to check it out?

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you can listen on the teamspeak website over at www.teamspeak.org or you could login on our server (you would have to register to get access) we are not very active at all really right now since we have had a few shake ups in the community recently. I see the teamspeak thing taking off tho once our first person shooter types get back online. One thing about the teamspeak thing is that it pretty much requires a dedicated server I think unless your Host will allow you to run the Teasmpeak server executeable. (it can and does run well without being operated by root) It also works in windows but my hacks have not been with windows in mind so not sure how well they integrate on windows

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[]scroungr said:
I added Ventrilo [/]

Do you have a little instruction for me ? We have a server and it would be nice to include them in UUB.t

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I am also interested in this for Ventrilo.I would like to have a link in one of my PAL boxes

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Count me interested.

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I will jump on the band wagon too.. thanks ChAos for the tour.

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here's a picture of what it looks like when the server is up and down.

[]http://www.calvert.cc/images/ventrillo.gif[/]

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Are those from the Third Party Ventrilo status scripts (php) ?

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with a twist. I basically rewrote alot of it. for the palbox. I usually peruse the originals no matter what I do and then figure out how they get the data and then rewrite it for IIP.

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I took a look at the ventrilo thing and I did not see where it actually used a database that could be integrated with the threads user database table. Unless I missed something? the Main reason that I wanted the integration was so I would not need to become involved in setting up accounts for people to use the server which is a private server with multiple rooms.

I also use webpost which you can view at www.greatlakesalliance.com/webpost

this shows a snapshot of the server and any users that may be online at the time (click the details button)

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Yes I discovered the flat file thing also when I looked at ventrilo.

the Teamspeak server I am using is a Developer version B51 that does use the mysql database.

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[]Pappy said:
I have integrated teamspeak ( www.teamspeak.org ) into my forums, If anyone is interested in the mods that I did I will try to work it up into something presentable and Post it. [/]

I'm very interested in this for TeamSpeak. My online gaming group uses it, and it would be nice to have something tied into TeamSpeak on the forums.

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Bump!

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Sorry I have to still sort out everything I did to make this work (I dont keep good notes) but I should have this together by this weekend I hope.

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Quick question. Teamspeak and Threads are on the same server in this integration, correct? It appears this way, but I wanted to verify that this was not a script that was reading a remote Teamspeak connection somewhere.

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no teamspeak is on the same server as the threads database. In fact it uses the same database for its account/login information, Channel storage, and Server storage. My script in webpost is a modified script that looks to see what IP the teamspeak server is querying from inorder to set the proper Domain name as you see on my forums. Webpost it self is not heavily modified in anyway other than modification for the server name. Web Post is script available from www.gryphonllc.com which displays the teamspeak server info.

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Another shameless bump!

(if it wasn't shameless I'd have gone with )



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Bumpola!

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Sorry for the Delay... Teamspeak has released a new version as well as threads and webpost which all tie together for the package and I have not updated my site to the new versions yet of those packages to be able to perform the integration and make sure that they work properly. As soon as I accomplish this I will post the Integration procedures and changes to files involved.

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PS lcantey if you have threads version 6.4.0 and teamspeak version B51 (beta) and webpost 4.02 then I can PM you what I Did for the integration of those packages. I do plan to upgrade these files soon but just have not gotten arround to doing it yet.

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Hi Pappy,

I'm now running later versions of TeamSpeak (RC2) and Webpost (4.1.1) but still wouldn't mind taking a look since I haven't gotten around to doing the work myself either.

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is a public hack for Teamspeak integration avaible ? Or can anyone send me some hints via PM ?

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/and the crowd chants/

post, post, post, post,.......

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The best I can do at this point is give you an Idea as to what needs to be changed in the MYSQL Queries and some basic instructions on getting it to use your login from the Threads Boards

1st make sure to back up your DB as errors could cause some serious problems

2nd do all the steps properly instructed by teamspeak.org in order to actually create your server using Mysql. Make SURE that your teamspeak Server is running properly first before you make any other changes to the way the system works. Make sure that TSS and Threads are using the same database when you set up TSS this requires you to set the dbname and password inside the server.ini file which should be located below the document root to preserver some security.

3rd run the following query inside of the threads admin panel which will modify your threads Users table
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 ALTER TABLE w3t_Users ADD ( `i_client_server_id` int(11) default 1,<br />`b_client_privilege_serveradmin` int(11) default 0,<br />`dt_client_created` varchar(20) default NULL,<br />`dt_client_lastonline` varchar(20) default NULL) 


finally perform the changes in the following link to your mysql files in the tss directory so that it properly reads your client logins.
http://www.greatlakesalliance.com/TSS_Changes.html

These Modifications basicly only change the default behavior of TSS to read the client information from the threads user table versus the default TSS clients table. Once all the above actions have occured modify your User Information for your TSS admin accounts via phpmyadmin or etc. setting the value of b_client_privilege_serveradmin to -1 if you need to login to the TSS admin Panel as SUper admin you can change i_client_server_id to 1 but remember that that account will not be able to login to the TSS server until it is reverted back to 0. This setup defaults to setting all users to TSS server 1. Users can NOT be added via the TSS client or the TSS admin panel. They must be added via the newuser script from Threads IE when they create there account the gain Access to TSS. as soon as I complete some other scripts I am working on Further integration with threads will be completed.

I am sure that questions will occur so post away...

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So I got this to work (Thx Pappy) but I would like to control channel access with the groups from the forums. I have noticed that UBB uses a hyphenated entry for different groups, but TS uses individual entries for each channel. Is there a script that I can use to either split the UBB entry into separate fields and run a cron to sync it, or a way to change write the channel permissions query to do it real time?

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I am not exactly sure how you would do it but I am sure it can be done since threads reads groups and TSS reads Channels... I do not have a script made to do such a thing at this time though and do not see myself creating such a script in the near future (since I do not get many Teamspeak users). Theoretically you could have Teamspeak create channels based on your groups and assign the appropriate access for those channels. again though I am not sure how you would go about the task... Sorry


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