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Mumble on the SheevaPlug


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Ok.. i'm running Mumble 1.2.2-5 on Debian using the Sheevaplug.


Hardware: Sheevaplug (1,2Ghz ARM CPU)

OS: Debian Sid Armel


Tested Server-Version: 1.2.2-5

Clients: WinXP SP3 x86, Win7 x64

Tested Client-Version: 1.2.2 and 1.2.3

Basicly it runs quite good!

However, it still has an interesting bug.

When people connect there is a chance that others don't see the newcomer.

This is also the case when people change channels..

To fix: Those that did not see should reconnect.

The chance of occurence increases seemingly lineair with the amount of clients connected.

3 members.. zero problems.. 8 - 11 members.. frequent problem.

In the beginning i had the problem also with 3-4 members..

Then i configured my router to give all mumble communications the highest priority.

That decreased the chance of occurence a lot.

Today i'm running uMurMur.. the problem does not occur.

I would rather run the full featured mumble-serve because it has a nice integration with my phpbb forum.

I'm really looking forward to the 1.2.3 server but its not in the debian repository yet.

So perhaps i should turn to the git repository.. did not do that yet.

I also downloaded the sources (1.2.2-5) but i don't have a clue where to look for the code that might be responsible for this bug.

The plug i have is a Developers plug allowing me to have sufficient space to put in all compiler and dev-libs to compile.

I thought ill take a crack at it. Any suggestions?

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I guess the problem is not fixed in 1.2.3 but we don't have the hardware to debug it as it seems to happen on ARM only and I don't know what could be the problem... maybe byteorder (but many ARMs use LE mode) or something else the arm compiler does different...

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Ok Debuggin C++ Code.. is not really my thing.. but i can give it a try.

Here is my architecture dump (dpkg-architecture):

















So yes.. its little endian.

Ill try to find some nice C++ Debugging tooling and stuff.. it will take me a while to set it all up.

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