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 on a Minecraft server.
Downloading and building uMurmur
First, update the latest MineOS scripts from the web-ui. Then, in SSH as user root:
# cd /usr/games/minecraft/addons # ./umurmur.sh
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.
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.
# iptables -A INPUT -p udp -m udp --dport 64738 -j ACCEPT # iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport 64738 -j ACCEPT
Auto-starting umurmurd on boot
- Edit the startup services config file: vi /etc/rc.conf
- Append umurmurd at the end of the start-up services list.
- Save and quit with :wq