Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of murmur


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Timestamp:
Feb 9, 2018, 12:17:56 PM (3 years ago)
Author:
Jamie McClelland
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    13= Murmur =
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    129131 1. Create user `mumblerecbot` and chowned the var directory to this user
    130132 1. Created /etc/systemd/system/{en-bot,es-bot, o-bot}.service files and enabled them
     133
     134== Access Mumble via the web ==
     135
     136You can now access mumble via the web:
     137
     138https://mumble.mayfirst.org/?address=mumble.mayfirst.org&port=443/mumble
     139
     140The following steps were taken to make this possible:
     141
     142 * `websockify` was installed via apt-get. I added a user websockify and the following systemd file in /etc/systemd/system/websockify.service:
     143{{{
     144[Unit]
     145Description=Websockify provides a wss communications layer between the web client and mumble.
     146
     147[Service]
     148ExecStart=/usr/bin/websockify --ssl-target 64737 localhost:64738
     149User=websockify
     150Group=websockify
     151
     152[Install]
     153WantedBy=multi-user.target
     154}}}
     155 * I created a mumble-web user
     156 * I installed the latest stable releases of node/npm via the [https://nodejs.org/en/ upstream web site] and unpacked them in /home/mumble-web/bin
     157 * I created a /srv/mumble-web directory and symlinked to /home/mumble-web/mumble-web
     158 * I ran `git clone https://github.com/johni0702/mumble-web /srv/mumble-web/` followed by `cd mumble-web` and `npm install` and `npm run build`
     159 * I added an nginx configuration file.