Changes between Version 24 and Version 25 of murmur


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Jun 25, 2018, 9:13:11 AM (17 months ago)
Author:
Jamie McClelland
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    132132 1. Created /etc/systemd/system/{en-bot,es-bot, o-bot}.service files and enabled them
    133133
    134 == Access Mumble via the web ==
    135 
    136 You can now access mumble via the web:
    137 
    138 https://mumble.mayfirst.org/?address=mumble.mayfirst.org&port=443/mumble
    139 
    140 The 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]
    145 Description=Websockify provides a wss communications layer between the web client and mumble.
    146 
    147 [Service]
    148 ExecStart=/usr/bin/websockify --ssl-target 64737 localhost:64738
    149 User=websockify
    150 Group=websockify
    151 
    152 [Install]
    153 WantedBy=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.
    160 
    161 === Modifications ===
    162 
    163 See: https://github.com/Johni0702/mumble-web/issues/26
    164 
    165 === Upgrading ===
    166 
    167 Upgrades to websockify should happen automatically via debian.
    168 
    169 To upgrade to the latest mumble-web code, run the following as the mumble-web user:
    170 
    171 {{{
    172 cd /srv/mumble-web
    173 git pull
    174 node install
    175 node build run
    176 }}}
    177 
    178 See above for modifications that have been made.
    179134
    180135== Music Bot ==
     
    219174git pull
    220175}}}
     176
     177== Access Mumble via the web ==
     178NOTE: The audio quality is bad and this client should not be used.
     179
     180You can now access mumble via the web:
     181
     182https://mumble.mayfirst.org/?address=mumble.mayfirst.org&port=443/mumble
     183
     184The following steps were taken to make this possible:
     185
     186 * `websockify` was installed via apt-get. I added a user websockify and the following systemd file in /etc/systemd/system/websockify.service:
     187{{{
     188[Unit]
     189Description=Websockify provides a wss communications layer between the web client and mumble.
     190
     191[Service]
     192ExecStart=/usr/bin/websockify --ssl-target 64737 localhost:64738
     193User=websockify
     194Group=websockify
     195
     196[Install]
     197WantedBy=multi-user.target
     198}}}
     199 * I created a mumble-web user
     200 * 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
     201 * I created a /srv/mumble-web directory and symlinked to /home/mumble-web/mumble-web
     202 * 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`
     203 * I added an nginx configuration file.
     204
     205=== Modifications ===
     206
     207See: https://github.com/Johni0702/mumble-web/issues/26
     208
     209=== Upgrading ===
     210
     211Upgrades to websockify should happen automatically via debian.
     212
     213To upgrade to the latest mumble-web code, run the following as the mumble-web user:
     214
     215{{{
     216cd /srv/mumble-web
     217git pull
     218node install
     219node build run
     220}}}
     221
     222See above for modifications that have been made.