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First of all we need Murmur in our server.
First of all we need Murmur in our server.
{{Cmd|apk add murmur}}
{{Cmd|apk add murmur}}
Open the murmur.ini configuration file and edit it so murmur can be run by the 'murmur' user created by the package.
{{Cmd|vim /var/lib/murmur/murmur.sqlite}}
Now give permissions to the murmur database, so the user 'murmur' can read it.
{{Cmd|chown murmur /var/lib/murmur/murmur.sqlite}}
=== Setting up SSL certificates ===
=== Setting up SSL certificates ===

Revision as of 21:58, 13 October 2019

Murmur (also called Mumble-Server) is the server component for Mumble. Mumble is an open source, cross platform, low-latency, high quality voice over IP (VoIP) client. Mumble uses a client/server architecture and is primarily used by gamers, but can be used for any VoIP purpose.


First of all we need Murmur in our server.

apk add murmur

Setting up SSL certificates

If you already have used Certbot to set up certificates in your web server, then you can easily make a new certificate for a subdomain 'mumble' and add the cert paths to the mumble.ini configuration file. You can use vim and edit the file manually.

vim /etc/murmur.ini

It should look something like this.

Contents of /etc/murmur.ini

sslCert=/etc/letsencrypt/live/your_domain.com/fullchain.pem sslKey=/etc/letsencrypt/live/your_domain.com/privkey.pem

Starting up the service

Start the Murmur service.

rc-service murmur start

You can add the Murmur service to the default runlevel.

rc-service add murmur default

In case you don't want Murmur to be default on runlevel, rollback with this command

rc-service delete murmur default