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How to start a Mumble server in CRUX linux


ralphorama
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Hello,

I have a dedicated server running MineOS CRUX for myself and a few friends, and I was wondering if there was a way to create a .sh file to launch the mumble server, since in the documentation (Wiki and Readme) the method of typing murmur.x86 or sudo dpkg-reconfigure mumble-server to start the server just returns a "Command not found" error.


I have everything set up properly, with all the files in the right directory, and using the start commands while in that directory, it just doesn't appear to work.

Is there a command to launch the server that I could put into a .sh file? Thank you!

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