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  1. Ah, sorry, forgot to mention I downloaded the Github release as Centos 7 doesn't have murmur in the repository.
  2. What version of Qt is Murmur built against? I have qt3, qt4.8.7, and qt5 packages for PSQL installed.
  3. Hi, I installed Murmur 1.3.0 using the guide on the wiki, adjusting for the name differences. When I tried to use QPSQL in the murmur.ini as referred to in https://github.com/mumble-voip/mumble/pull/2541 it did not work. I get the error '2020-01-30 11:21:04.469 ServerDB: Database driver QPSQL not available' when I run it either with systemctl or as root. I set SElinux to be permissive to ensure there was no issues as far as that is concerned. It seems I may be missing a library or something. When I tried to build it from source, I ran into an issue where I was missing a library to build it due to Centos 7 using old libraries. Is there a library/package I need to have installed in order to get PSQL to work?
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