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Re: FGCom-mumble

Postby www2 » Mon Oct 19, 2020 10:02 pm

Thanks that is the info that i needed.
And compiling its work on ubuntu 20.04.
For debian with brange are you using stablle, testing or unstable?
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Re: FGCom-mumble

Postby benih » Tue Oct 20, 2020 5:35 am

I'm on debian testing.

Btw, for local testing, once you got everything compiled:

- start murmurd
- setup a channel "fgcom-mumble"
- start two mumble instances ("mumble -m", the second one simulates a remote user)
- start two radioGUIs, and configure the second to send to port 16662 (in the options of the application)
- start using the PTT-buttons in the GUI.

=> You should now hear each others radios.
You can experiment with location, frequencies, etc. from that point on.

If the plugin or mumble crashes, just kindly restart mumble and retry.
The plugin should work fairly well already, but i still notice some random and rare crashes here.
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Re: FGCom-mumble

Postby benih » Thu Oct 29, 2020 1:57 pm

Released 0.7.0: https://github.com/hbeni/fgcom-mumble/r ... ag/v.0.7.0
This release brings a new unique Logo :)
But aside of that, it again fixes some smaller bugs and improvements in the build process.

The more visual new features are:
  • Some segfaults and memory leaks were fixed
  • RadioGUI was enhanced a little bit
  • The mumble plugin supports a new option now, that enables to hear non-plugin users in the channel (interesting for ATCs serving plugin- and non-plugin users in the same channel at the same time)

As with the previous versions, you need the lua mumble module compiled for the server side, as well as a build of mumble development branch 1.4.0 with plugin support for the client.
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Re: FGCom-mumble

Postby benih » Mon Nov 23, 2020 1:46 pm

We got a test server!

Details: http://wiki.flightgear.org/FGCom-mumble#Servers

To test, you still need to self compile a mumble branch; more details on FGCom-mumble's wiki page linked above.
On a debian/bullseye box this is quite easy, i wrote a little guide for that: https://github.com/hbeni/fgcom-mumble/w ... eye-system


It would be cool, if we could gather a few people willing to test and have a chat over the radio. We just need participants and a timeslot :)
I'm in Germany and available usually evenings at 1900-2200 UTC.
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