Hello. I've setup my own personal Mumble server running on Ubuntu server 14.04. It was quick and easy to setup. However, my guild leader is requiring me to provide a link to see the status of the Mumble server from a webpage.
I've been trying for over a week to do this, but to no avail. I installed Mumble-Django at one point, but was never able to get it to work. Can anybody please point me to a step-by-step tutorial on how to proceed? I'm really a n00b when it comes to website development and Linux in general, so I need some pretty basic instructions that don't assume I know what I'm doing.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I installed the package mumble-server-web (sudo apt-get install mumble-server-web) Which is pre set up with ice & there are many really easy ice php viewers out there
Thank you so much for responding. I've tried mumble-server-web, but receive the error "E: Package 'mumble-server-web' has no installation candidate" I've not been able to find a resolution for this error.
did you run "sudo apt-get update" & "sudo apt-get upgrade" & then "sudo apt-get install mumble-server-web" ?
I just installed that package about a week ago without issue on ubuntu server 14.04
Just did both sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade. No errors running those commands. Still getting the message that mumble-server-web has no installation candidate. :(
interesting, i have just tried again in a vm and had no trouble. you are just running normal stock ubuntu 14.04?
ah, no sorry i take that back, i'm running 12.04 the vm is named wrong.
14.04 has the new version of ice, which is very hard to get working, which is why i went back to 12.04 i messed around for about 5-6 hours trying to get it running. and about 10 mins on 12.04
Oh wow. Good information to have. I'll go get 12.04 and see if that works. Thank you.
No worries, let me know how you get on.
Okay, I was able to install mumble-server-web. What do I do now? How do I query the server using HTML?
look for a channel viewer that does what you want.
i have used MumPI and found it quite simple to get running