Mumble is a free open source VoIP application, released under the new BSD license, user groups are mainly for gamers. Running like TeamSpeak and Ventrilo, users connect to the same server to achieve mutual communication.
Mumble provides a nice feature as follows:
Low latency, this game is very important
Games in visual plug-in that you can know who you are and call and locate their position
Chats encrypted, to protect your privacy and security
The interface is simple and easy to use
Stable and efficient use of your server resources
Mumble has caught on, into the mainstream of many linux distributions depots, which makes it more convenient to install. If you are using Ubuntu you can use apt-get install command in detail as follows:
$ Sudo apt-get install mumble-server
This command will install the server on your server (also known as Murmur).
Run the following command to start Mumble:
$ Sudo dpkg-reconfigure mumble-server
It will pop up the following questions:
Select "Yes" to make start automatically when the server is powered mumble, then it will ask you if you run a high priority in order to maintain low latency mode, in order to keep it the best performance this is a good idea.
Then you just installed mumble server administrator set the user's password, remember this password, it will be used at login.
Mumble client installation
Clients can be installed in many of the major operating systems such as windows, mac and linux. We will teach you to install and configure on Ubuntu linux, you can use the software with the command center can also install the client:
$ Sudo apt-get install mumble
When you first run mumble, the configuration wizard will help you configure the audio input and output, so that it can maintain the best performance on the client. For the first time will also ask you what you want to use sound equipment and microphones:
It will then help you to calibrate the device:
Because mumble will help you encrypt all communication content so it will ask you to create a certificate:
After completing the configuration wizard you will be able to add the first server connection dialog box:
First, enter a tag name any because it was just to remember the server, and then enter the address and port of the server, and then use "SuperUser" as the user name and password is configured when you enter the password mumble server.