i tried to compile mumble with CONFIG+=no-g15 but i still get G15LCDEngine_unix.cpp:41: Fehler: »G15_PIXELBUF« wurde in diesem Gültigkeitsbereich nicht definiert
Katta: The ./configure script takes in arguments which you can pick features you want compiled with mumble.
qmake main.pro CONFIG+=no-server CONFIG+=no-g15 CONFIG+=no-dbus
Katta: If you added no-g15 as an afterthought, and didn't have it there when you first ran qmake, it might not have propagated through to all makefiles. :)
oh .. so .. what to do then?
Katta: make distclean; qmake -recursive main.pro CONFIG+="no-server no-g15 no-dbus"
dd0t * r1c8d12791e34 /src/mumble/Messages.cpp: Fix mistake in previous message patch
hmm, i can move users to other channels even if the receiving channel has move acl denied (move acl's denied for me and other channels by default)
is this working as intended or are others getting this too?
oh and of course there is a move acl allowed on the channel an user is being moved from
Kuntsi: i think you need enter or move permissions on the destination channel
i was thinking a system where there are channels A, B and C, everyone could enter to all these channels and everyone would be able to move users between A and B, but not to C
in practice think about game gather where a captain is randomly chosen and they pick the team, it would be easy for him just to drag players to right team channels
but it looks like it requires quite excessive ACLs to work
currently it works fine but one can move users away from these channels and can't move them back
so i'm just thinking that why allow moving with just enter ACL. IMHO move ACL required at both channels would be more logical and practical
Kuntsi: in your example, who should be in A, B and C?
well that ABC thing was more of a generic example
in practice a community mumble with one channel set for gather matches: lobby, team1, team2 and x numbers channels for generic chatting
all players enter lobby when gather is starting and everyone could move them to team1 and team2 channels
but moving would be denied from and to any other channels
"any other channels" being the x number of generic chatting channels
got another basket case, everything i say gets recorded on his end and is send back to me with some delay. he is barely understandable, even my cheapest (30) headset does produce better quality.
have you guys thougt about ever doing a bug day like mozilla dose?
DGMurdockIII: What would that be good for?
DGMurdockIII: Eh well. We don't exactly have as many tickets as they do.
DGMurdockIII: i think slicer treats every day like bug day ;D
metalfan_: is his OS windows? if so, tell him to check out the recording volume control
make sure that his microphone is the only source that's selected... on my old mediavision thunderboard sound card (i believe it was) i could check multiple sources, including the PCM output of the card itself, which could produce feedback in a VOIP app
after he's done that, he may need to set up his audio better in the mumble audio wizard, to try and reduce the gain (my cheap logitech usb headset, the vibrations from the speaker will travel up the plastic boom and cause feedback, so i have to very carefully set up the audio to minimize that
Can i get a guide to edit the sqlite file and edit admin?
rofl @ <Kissaki> no
Debian testing: in 1.2 everyone else on the server can hear me (and me myself with loopback) I however get "Unable to find matching CELT codecs with other clients. You will not be able to talk to all users" any ideas on how I hear people?
davem: Did you compile CELT yourself?
debian testing, and no
using whatevers in the repo's
davem: Download, compile and install CELT into /usr
Then: ln -s /usr/lib/libcelt.0.0.0 /usr/lib/libcelt.0.7.0
davem: It is important that any changes to the algorithm will break compatibility, so you will need to compile from the same source as everyone else.
smeg, that doesnt seem to have worked
slicer: to confirm, the passwords in the database are hashed with SHA1?
(Action) is adding an FAQ entry on the subject :p
Hello, I have a question regarding MurMur on CentOS 5. I am receiving this error, but ONLY when I use -supw passwordhere. >> Caught SIGTERM, exiting
Phantium: is it your box or someone elses?
oh, well there goes that idea - i was thinking maybe some security monitor software is killing the process because it has su in it haha
haha, well I am not running it as root obviously. But no security monitors installed :)
It is running on a VPS however.
Same problem running as root with the user switch in the ini file
try strace then :p
Don't have that installed right now.
yeah i don't know why it'd be doing that :(
Me neither, been trying to figure it out for a while now.
Does this help? Failed to set initial capabilities
out of curiousity what happens if you type cat - -supw
does it just sit there until you ctrl+d?
Just says invalid
No, shuts it off right away
hrm yeah i dunno what to tell you :(
I'm using the static 1.2.0beta version, is there another I could try?
fwaggle, same thing happens on windows.
Any other way to get a superuser account without using supw?
Now I need to figure out how I may add another superuser, could someone tell me? :)
Phantium: register another user, sign in as superuser and add them to the admin group
if you're using 1.1.8, you'll need some kind of rpc interface to add a user, if you're using 1.2 beta you can do it all right from the client
Thanks fwaggle I'll try that
Does the user I want to add to the admin group have to be online?
Can't seem to figure out how to add a user to the admin group while only logged into SuperAdmin.
or superuser for that matter
Phantium: sorry, was afk.. to register them via the client, yes they have to be online (so it knows what their cert is)
if you want to add users offline, or you want passwords on user accounts (in case they change their cert) you'll need ice and a suitable front-end
Phantium: i think by default, users should be able to register themselves on a new server
Yeah I did that, but using only one client I don't have both online right now
so to bootstrap your own superuser account, simply login with your desired username, right click yourself, choose register.. then log in again as superuser and add your username to the admin group
What is a good front-end to use for mumble?
iunno, i host mumbles so i wrote my own.. never really messed with any of them
Oh, I did register. But I am not able to find how to add it to an admin group
first go to the configuration window and enable "advanced" or whatever it's called now
it's a checkbox under the list of categories
then right click the root channel, click edit, and the acl/groups editors should appear
click the groups tab, pick "admin" from the dropdown box, and in the "members" box type your username, click add
(in case you're wondering, not everyone who installs a mumble client will be admining a server, so the "advanced" features checkbox is there to keep them from being overwhelmed with options they'll never touch
Awesome, thanks! Yeah I assumed so
Just a bit difficult to find though
And I do not quite understand why I received that error message in the logfile, if -supw is not suppose to start the server. Then why output an error?
I didn't understand at first that it's only to set the password, and that you need to run the server without -supw afterwards.
I assume it's not possible to change the name of the Root channel?
afaik the root channel takes the name of the server's registername.. if that's blank it's called "Root"
Hello everyone, I was just trying to connect to my murmur 1.2.0 server using a CACert client certificate. But murmur rejects all those connections. Now I wonder why it behaves like this, cuz it accepts self signed certificates seemlesly, so why not accepting CACerts that are much more secure in my eyes?
bwRavencl: most openssl installations don't include the cacert root ca, so you would have to add that
yeah that's correct, have to add it all into one file
ok thx a lot i will try that now :)
From my experience with SSL certificates at least