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ts3 (6) Versions 0.1.2

Provides Chef Resources for installing and managing TeamSpeak 3 servers.

cookbook 'ts3', '= 0.1.2', :supermarket
cookbook 'ts3', '= 0.1.2'
knife supermarket install ts3
knife supermarket download ts3
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LWRPs for installing and configuring TeamSpeak 3 servers.

Supported Setups

THe cookbook has been manually tested against the following configurations:
64-bit Ubuntu 15.10 (with systemd)
64-bit Fedora 23 (with systemd)

In general, any virtual machine configured in the Vagrantfile is expected to work, and it should be considered a bug if you run into issues running against any of them.


Simply call the ts3_install LWRP to handle installing instances and the ts3_configure LWRP for configuring pre-existing instances.

Resource Providers


Installs the TeamSpeak 3 server.

Attribute Required? Type Default Usage
install_dir true String --- The location on the filesystem to install the TS3 server to.
version true String --- The version of the server software to install.


Configures a TeamSpeak 3 server.

Attribute Required? Type Default Usage
user true String teamspeakd The username of the system account which manages the server.
install_dir true String --- The location of the server on the filesystem.
server_name false String server The alias for this server. Used to differentiate job control scripts from one another.
job_control false String manual The service system used by your hardware. Used to create management scripts automatically.

Job Control types

Currently, only 'manual' and 'systemd' types are supported. Manual simply indicates that no particular system is to be used, and that the administrator will handle starting/stopping the server themselves. More systems are planned, notably upstart and supervisor.

Dependent cookbooks

This cookbook has no specified dependencies.

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.



  • RuboCop cleanup (minus a few lines which are > 120 characters)
  • Initial Kitchen setup for ubuntu and fedora systems
  • pulled the service startup out of the LWRP (let caller decide when to start services)


  • Inital release with a very basic install and configure LWRP, along with demo recipe showing the process.

Foodcritic Metric

0.1.2 passed this metric