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Old 15th March 2011, 07:12 PM
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Mumble/Murmur issues :(

I'm new here, and am just starting to use fedora as I'm on compsoc committee at my uni, and need to be able to use the server which runs it.
Am trying to get a mumble server running (just on my laptop with a fedora 14 install)
And am really struggling, can't get the stuff manually and do it, as it says it depends on some other packages which I can't find in the package manager, and if I just use the murmur package in the manager, then it doesn't seem to install, and even if it does, if I try to run it, it says the database is not writeable
Any ideas??
have been using these links to help me:

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