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Latest revision as of 14:42, 31 January 2013

umurmur is a voip client, like Ventrilo or Teamspeak.

uMurmur is a minimalistic Mumble server, separate from but compatible with the standard Mumble server (known as murmur). Due to its goals of having a lower footprint and keeping all the base functionality, uMurmur is ideal for running alongside a Minecraft server.

Downloading and building uMurmur

First, update the latest MineOS scripts from the web-ui. Then, execute the addon installation script:

This will build umurmur and all its dependencies (libconfig, protobuf, protobuf-c). This process will take more than a few minutes and will also create a user/group called umurmur:umurmur.

Firewall

uMurmur operates on port 64738 for both UDP and TCP. Follow the steps in the iptables page to open these ports and save them to the default firewall configuration.

Auto-starting umurmurd on boot

  1. Edit the startup services config file: vi /etc/rc.conf
  2. Append umurmurd at the end of the start-up services list.
  3. Save and quit with :wq
Adjusted /etc/rc.conf