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Mumble 12-29-2009 01:01 AM

Mumble Server
OK, I need your help. I've spent the last five and a half hours trying to setup a simple mumble server on linux any got no where.


I am using debian 5.0 x86.

I have read all the mumble site, nearly every mumble forum post google can find, and tried several different methods. I even tried Ubuntu and Fedora to see if they would would. EPIC failure!

I have tried using the RPM for fedora, failed. I have tried compiling the source code manually, failed. I tried using the GIT for debian, failed.

How hard can this really be?

scheidel21 12-29-2009 08:32 AM

Why did the compiles fail, what were you missing, maybe an apt-get install of some things might make it work. It sounds like if a Debian built package wasn't workign you might be missing some libraries you need, maybe adding backports or using testing might help.

AlucardZero 12-29-2009 09:34 AM

apt-get install mumble-server mumble

What's the problem? Your post lacks useful information that might help us solve your problem.

Mumble 12-29-2009 01:21 PM

I got soo pissed off in the end I gave up. I came back today to give it another clean-headed go. For some reason the debian package is named different from the rest. Apt-Get installs 1.1.4 which is a old version, there have been many versions since this. Compiling manually uses qmake which needs qmake-qt4, although brings is lots of missing directories while compiling.

Heres what I am doing today:
I reinstalled a new clean debian 5.0 on my VPS.

HDD: 0.54GB / RAM: 80MB

Added deb sid main to /etc/apt/sources.list
Run apt-get update
Ran apt-get install mumble-server (9 upgraded, 45 newly installed, 0 to remove and 267 not upgraded)

HDD: 0.37GB / RAM: 9MB

Ran sudo dpkg-reconfigure mumble-server

Ran apt-get remove mumble-server-web
Ran apt-get install mumble-django

Any idea how to get this MurmurCL working? Is there a download for it?

AlucardZero 12-29-2009 05:38 PM

Now you've mixed stable and unstable. This is highly unrecommended.

scheidel21 12-30-2009 08:22 AM

Mixing isn't recommended, he should have probably tried backports first, however, the one package will hopefully not negatively affect his machine and if it does well he learns a lesson.

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