Install Mumble on Fedora 31

Mumble is a voice over IP (VoIP) application used primarily by gamers. In this article, we’ll be installing the Mumble server on a Fedora  Cloud Server and connecting to it from the Mumble client.


A Cloud Server running Fedora 31

Access to the root or admin user

Install Mumble

Install the mumble-server package using apt.

dnf install mumble-server

Set password for SuperUser. Make sure to replace with a secure password of your choosing.

murmurd -supw 

Start and enable Mumble.

systemctl enable murmur

systemctl start murmur

Add the Mumble port to your firewall.

firewall-cmd --permanent --add-port=64738/tcp

firewall-cmd --reload

Connect to your Mumble server

To connect to your Mumble server, open up the Mumble client and click Add New….

Enter your server details and the password your choose during install. Click OK and then Connect.

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