Hello there, this is my guide on how to install SinusBot on a Debian based operating system.
You will need to start by installing some dependencies. So let’s run the commands to install those now.
apt-get update apt-get install nano x11vnc xvfb xinit libxcursor1 ca-certificates bzip2 curl -y update-ca-certificates
If you run into some issues on your server, try the following command as it can sometimes help.
apt-get install libglib2.0-0
We are now going to add a user for the bot. It can be anything but for this tutorial, I am going to use the username “sinusbot”.
After you have typed this command it will then prompt you for a password, set it as whatever you’d like, but make sure you remember what it is! It will then prompt for some information, fill it out as you like and the finally create the user.
Next, we are going to extract the bot to a location on the server. I am going to install it in /opt but you can choose where you’d like to install it if you want.
su - sinusbot curl https://www.sinusbot.com/dl/sinusbot-beta.tar.bz2 -o sinusbot.tar.bz2 tar -xjf sinusbot.tar.bz2
Now that is done we need to set the default config SinusBot will use
cp config.ini.dist config.ini
The next step is to install the TeamSpeak3 client for SinusBot. If you want a custom TeamSpeak3 version just change 22.214.171.124 in both places to the version you want!
curl http://dl.4players.de/ts/releases/126.96.36.199/TeamSpeak3-Client-linux_amd64-188.8.131.52.run -o teamspeak.run chmod 777 teamspeak.run ./teamspeak.run
After TeamSpeak is installed we need to tell SinusBot where it is. So we need to edit the config.ini file in the Sinusbot directory like so.
And then find this line:
TS3Path = "/opt/ts3soundboard/TeamSpeak3-Client-linux_amd64/ts3client_linux_amd64"
and if you have used the directory like I used in this tutorial change it to
TS3Path = "/home/sinusbot/TeamSpeak3-Client-linux_amd64/ts3client_linux_amd64"
Now we have to copy the SinusBot TeamSpeak plugin to the TeamSpeak clients directory. The bot WILL NOT WORK PROPERLY if you don’t do this command.
cp plugin/libsoundbot_plugin.so /home/sinusbot/TeamSpeak3-Client-linux_amd64/plugins
After that just chmod the sinusbot executable to 755 like so.
chmod 755 sinusbot
If you want to be tidy you can remove the files you used to install it with the following commands.
rm /home/sinusbot/sinusbot.tar.bz2 rm /home/sinusbot/teamspeak.run
And you are done! If you want you can just run it in a screen or tmux. Other than that you can check out my other tutorial that explains how to make it part of the init.d scripts in Ubuntu 14.04 or older.