Yay, it looks like Rich made it to answering before I found the
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On 4/24/2017 4:01 PM, Shirley and Nitro
Thanks. If you do come across them, I would appreciate it if
you'd send the name of that service to me.
I am using windows, but I am not sure I could go through the
installation of the server etc.
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Sent: Monday, April 24, 2017 9:39 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] running a team talk server
There's a number of different platforms you can run the server
on, Windows, Linux, etc, but you'd need to also know how to
manage those systems so you could install the server, set it up,
whatever. You would also have to take into consideration that if
you wanted to run it from your house, so perhaps the version for
Windows, how much of an affect would it have on your internet's
connection. You might only be able to host just a few users with
your bandwidth, so that's where hosting it from something like a
Linode or Digital ocean running Linux might work better.
Something else that might be even easier, even though you'd have
to probably pay a small monthly charge for it would be using a
service where they offer pre-configured TT servers. Here a ways
back on list, someone else had asked about the same thing and I
want to say that he actually found a service that he really
I've never used a service like this, but I'd imagine that they
take care of all the stuff like installing it, which is the part
that sucks, and then let you take care of actually configuring
the server. The configuration wizard for a tt server is
accessible with NVDA, so that should be easy enough.
If I happen to run across the emails from him that he sent to me
off list with the name of the service, I'll certainly send it
On 4/24/2017 2:34 PM, Shirley and
so i am wondering how it works if i want to run a team
talk server and host my own chat rooms for groups that i
run? does it cost to run a server?
and how do i go about setting it up?
i have team talk but its only the classic version.