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I have no active firewall, for what I know, and murmur is alive and kicking:
ps -uax |grep mu
/usr/local/murmur/murmur.x86 -ini /etc/murmur.ini
how may I know better?

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I installed a murmur server with Ice support on my Centos 7 taxiprofessional.net server and configured to answer to port 64738. Notwistanding everything seemed fine in the installation, the server fails to answer. You may test it yourself connecting to it. Here is the murmur.ini file: # Murmur confi...
I applied the suggestion at: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/32525916/xcode-7-crashreporter-does-not-contain-bitcode-linker-error by adding option -fembed-bitcode to the other linker flags field. And now the problem has moved to a c file: band.c, notwithstanding of course I have added this option...
I am trying to include MumbleKit as a library instead of having to compile it each time by following the suggestion of a member of this forum. Yet when I try to compile on the simulator I get: missing required architecture x86_64 in …libMumbleKit.a (3 slices) I think I added all the necessary versio...
I have a residual problem at linking: when I do it I get: ld: warning: ignoring file /Users/fbartolom/Documents/cocoa applications/inArrivoHD/MumbleKit/libMumbleKit.a, missing required architecture x86_64 in file /Users/fbartolom/Documents/cocoa applications/inArrivoHD/MumbleKit/libMumbleKit.a (3 sl...
Found, as a matter of fact the src folder alo included the .m files. There is instead a subdirectory called MumbleKit, continuing just the headers. So I just included this latter and it works.
When I execute your suggested operations I get an error on: #import "Mumble.pb.h" where it cannot find the file. When directly compiling the framework the file is apparently automatically created as in the other project with the old configuration it exists but has header: // Generated by the protoco...
Anyway for the time being I am trying to follow the route you suggested. First of all I have no idea about how to compile in release mode but archiving, so I went that way. Secondly I was not able to locate the generated libMumbleKit.a library.
When installing PLCrashReporter I created a FrameWork including the headers instead of a library. Is that also possible for MumbleKit?
Thanks, I will try that soon.