Schlagwort-Archive: Murmur

Registerusers Module for Mumble Moderator – Allow a specific group on your server to register new users

Mumble Moderator is a framework to extend the functionality of a Mumble-Server (Murmur). You can create so called modules for Mumble Moderator, like the following one.

How it works

Every user who is member of one or more specific groups in the root channel gets a new context menu entry named „Register this user on our Server“.

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Edit your Mumble Servers welcome message with mice and a channel as the editor

In this article I already described how to use Mice to manage your Mumble-Server.

Thats what I use instead of an admin interface.

But this is very unhandy if you want to change the welcome message (internally called welcometext) of your server because pasting much HTML code into an interactive Python shell does not work well.

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Forwarder Module for Mumble Moderator forwards user messages to all linked channels…

A great feature of Mumble is the ability to link channels together so that users can hear each other while sitting in different channels.

This can be used for some cool setups, for example for Low Bandwidth channels, see here.

The main problem with linked channels is that when you want to send text messages, they are not forwarded by the server. So you need to send the same message to evey linked channel.

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Tooltip: Module for Mumble Moderator sends information about posted Youtube URL

Whenever a user sends a Video URL to Youtube this modules sends the information in the format „channelname :: videoname“.

It distinguishes between channel messages and private messages and sends its message accordingly to the channel or the private receiver only.

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Munin plugin for Mumble server (Murmur) updated

I used some code from Mice so that the plugin doesn’t need a Murmur.ice somewhere on the filesystem anymore. Instead if fetches the file dynamically from Murmur itself. Only if this fails it falls back to the Murmur.ice file.

If you have problems with the encoding version of Ice please change „prxstr“ in line 79 and 86 accordingly.

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An introduction on how to manage your Mumble server (Murmur) through Ice with mice

In the last years I have been using Mumble-Django (MD) to configure my Mumble servers and in my opinion it is one of the best admin interfaces available.

But on a box with very little RAM I wanted something very simple so I started using „mice“ on my new server.

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A new feature for Antiflood module for Mumble Moderator – Random kick

Because there are users on our server who sometimes like to play with their limits and stop spamming when the reached 19 of 20 allowed actions I added a new feature into the Antiflood module for Mumble Moderator today.

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Ersatzserver für den Mumble-Server „Natemologie-Zentrum“ wegen Störungen in Betrieb genommen…

Es gab in den vergangenen beiden Tagen abends Störungen im Betrieb meines Mumble-Servers, der bei HostEurope läuft.

Das bedeutet, dass für mehrere Minuten der Server entweder gar nicht und nur mit sehr hohen Paketverlusten genutzt werden kann.

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Mumble 1.2.13 – Sicherheitsupdate für Mumble-Server auf Windows

Heute gab es für die stabile Version von Mumble ein Sicherheitsupdate auf die Version 1.2.13.

Damit wird eine Schwachstelle behoben, die seit Version 1.2.0 nur im Mumble-Server für Windows steckt.

Über ein selbst erstelltes UDP-Paket ist es möglich, den Server dazu zu bringen, dass er keine Pakete mehr über UDP annimmt.

Das hat zur Folge, dass Sprachpakete nicht mehr über UDP angenommen werden und die Clients nach einigen Sekunden automatisch in den TCP-Modus umschalten. Bis zur Umschaltung kann man niemanden hören und wird auch nicht von den anderen gehört.

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