How to Install Mumble on Ubuntu

Two Methods:Using the TerminalUsing the Ubuntu Software Center

Mumble is a VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) software program that allows one to connect with other people and voice chat with them. It's a bit comparable to Teamspeak and Ventrilo and is primarily used by gamers.

Method 1
Using the Terminal

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    Open a terminal window.
    This is usually done by pressing Ctrl+Alt+T.
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    Type or copy/paste into the terminal:
    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mumble/release.
    • You might have to enter your password.
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    Update the software:
    Type or copy/paste sudo apt-get update into the terminal, then hit Enter.
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    And you're done. You can open mumble by typing mumble in the terminal, or by searching for it in the dashboard.

Method 2
Using the Ubuntu Software Center

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    Open Ubuntu Software Center. Go to Dashboard and search for, then click on, Ubuntu software center.
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    Search for Mumble. Type mumble in the top right search bar.
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    Select the program.
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    Click on the Install button.
    • Enter your password, should you be prompted.
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Tips

  • If you want, you can also set up your own server. Be aware, though, that this requires downloading extra packages.

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