TeamSploit is hosted on SourceForge via Subversion. This allows TeamSploit to quickly and easily be downloaded and stay up-to-date.
svn checkout http://svn.code.sf.net/p/teamsploit/code/trunk teamsploit
Now you should have a directory named teamsploit in your current working directory.
Because TeamSploit is interpreted, there is no direct installation required. However, there are some dependencies you may need to install. It is usually best to simply attempt to install the following dependencies; if they are already on your system then your package manager should skip them.
All versions of TeamSploit require Metasploit to be installed and configured for your working enviroment - it is also good idea to have the most up-to-dat version, more information on Metasploit can be found here
Command Line Interface - If you are using the CLI version, you'll need the following...
To install the Gnome Terminal on a Debian-based system that doesn't already have it (like Xubuntu, Kbuntu, or the KDE version of BackTrack), execute the following:
sudo apt-get install gnome-terminal
Graphical User Interface - If you are using the GUI version, you'll need the following...
To install the ruby bindings on a Debian-based system (like Ubuntu or BackTrack) execute the following:
sudo apt-get install ruby-gnome2 ruby-gnome2-dev libvte-ruby libgtk2-ruby1.8 libvte-ruby1.8 libgtk2.0-dev libwebkit-dev
To install the ruby gems on any system with Ruby installed, execute the following:
sudo gem1.8 install gtk-webkit-ruby ponder eventmachine
At this point TeamSploit is on your system and all required dependencies are installed. You should be ready to go.
All TeamSploit updates will be provided via Subversion. SVN will automatically update the relevant files, and merge changes with files you may have edited (like your configuration).