Mumble server running as a replacement for SpeakFreely

John Covici covici at
Fri May 10 13:12:22 EDT 2019

I have installed it, but there seem to be a few problems.  One strange
thing, is my mic does not work unless I am running it as root.  I can
use the mic normally to make a phone call as a normal user, but this
program seems to have some kind of permission issue.

Also, if I hit tab and hit enter on a user, he does not get any text
and I get no character echo, this is not true if I am just texting to

On Thu, 09 May 2019 16:44:19 -0400,
Brandon McGinty-Carroll wrote:
> Regarding this, I have been working on a fork of Barnard.
> It allows for per-user volume adjustment, has a redesigned window with a much friendlyer layout, and can handle private mesages.
> Feedback and feature requests welcome.
> Brandon McGinty-Carroll
> On Thu, Mar 21, 2019 at 07:21:36PM -0700, Chris Brannon wrote:
> > Hi,
> > We've been looking for a voice chat solution for years to replace the
> > SpeakFreely reflector.  For now, a few of us from the Speakup group are
> > hanging out on a Mumble server operated by Deedra Waters and myself.
> > If you have a Mumble client, just point it at, port
> > 64738.
> > 
> > Mumble is cross-platform and open source.  There's even a command-line
> > client for Linux called Barnard.
> > 
> > Enjoy,
> > -- Chris
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         John Covici wb2una
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