How To Install Mumble Server On Ubuntu

What is Mumble Server?

Mumble is an open source, low-latency, high quality voice chat software. Mumble is a voice over IP (VoIP) application primarily designed for use by gamers, similar to programs such as TeamSpeak and Ventrilo. Mumble uses a client–server architecture which allows users to talk to each other via the same server.

Step 1

Now open the Terminal or Press (Ctrl+Alt+T). After that follow this command one by one.

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade

If will be asked to confirm installing any packages. Type Y and press Enter.

Step 2

Now Install Mumble Server.

sudo apt-get install mumble-server

Then install Mumble Client.

sudo apt-get install mumble

Step 3

After the installation is complete, you will run the package reconfiguration command to create some basic server and user settings.

sudo dpkg-reconfigure mumble-server

You can use your arrow keys to select your answer, then press Enter to continue.

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you will accept the default value of Yes because we want Mumble-Server to run when the server boots.

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Even if this will be a dedicated Mumble-Server, Now select Yes since this will ensure the lowest possible latency.

Mumble SuperUser Password

SuperUser is the highest-level administrative account for the server. You’ll need to log in to Mumble with this user when you want to manage the server.

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Type a password, press Tab to select Ok, and press Enter.

Step 4

Advanced Configuration

Now you will need to edit some configuration file. Open terminal then type the command.

sudo mcedit /etc/mumble-server.ini

There Just enable some command. To enable some of these settings, you will have to remove the preceding (#) character. This is referred to as un-commenting the line. Lines that start with # are not processed by the server.

1. autobanAttempts, autobanTimeframe, autobanTime,welcometext,


registername,registerURL (#) removed the character before this line.

When done everything. Then Click Esc button two time and select save.

Now restart Mumble-Server.

sudo service mumble-server restart

Step 5

Now connect to your Mumble Server. Open the Mumble client on your computer. 

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When Click Connect then show the audio tunning wizard. After that setting your audio tunning. Click Next Button.

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Now Add new User in the Server.

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Click Add new Button.

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Enter the information for your Mumble server. The address can be a host name or the IP address of your server. If you did not use a custom port, it will be the default port of 64738. Click OK to save settings.
Example: Your IP address like this:
Now select your own server name and Click Connect.

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You will get the message Connected once you are successfully connected.

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Now Enjoy!!!