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I’m actually the author of MumPI. I’ve given up making it run on on newer (Ubuntu) systems. ZeroC Ice was just not really managable. After packages were finally available I put in some time and effort again, but eventually gave up and marked the project as unmaintained. So I'm not sure if it even ru...
You can check on packages.debian.org in the mumble-server package.

https://packages.debian.org/stretch/amd ... r/filelist

The official packages follow the normal debian file system layout.
Not server side. This would actually be a client side or theme style.
There are numerous.
I was saying 1.3.0 adds/changes the default skin. No need to manually install third party skins.
And I was asking if you are aware of that/those.
I am not too familiar with Django or Mumble-Django. You installed the mumble-django package from the official debian packages? So https://packages.debian.org/jessie/mumble-django From the logs > ImportError: No module named 'mumble' indicates the module is missing, which should be included with or a...
Hey, that looks quite interesting. Are you aware of/did you see the new dark skin introduced with 1.3.0? You can try it out by installing the 1.3.0 development snapshot and selecting it in the settings. The dark skin looks quite similar. If you know your way around coding, or want to learn or just t...
Ah, so you mean visible in the user list alongside username and user state. No, that is not currently possible. Feel free to check for an existing or create a feature request in our issue tracker! https://github.com/mumble-voip/mumble/issues A description of your use case/reasoning would give the fe...
Glad to hear you love Mumble! You can run servers fine with individual processes, configuration and databases. Using virtual servers in one process, configuration and database indeed requires you to make use of third party scripts/interfaces. Unfortunately we do not have a native interface to this f...
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