Hey guys, I've been having trouble (like many people) with adding the
superuser password through CMD.
I've tried the traditional way of gaining superuser rights following the Mumur
guide, but I constantly ended up the same message of having to enter in a
password becasue mine was wrong. I understand how the certificate process
works and everything, and I even tried uninstalling the Mumble/Murmur files
and re-installing to try and get a "fresh" start again, but the same
information carried over.
I never specifically set a SUPW, I know some will say that it was the first
user account, but I just never entered anything in that said SUPW.
So, to CMD. -> I enter in "cd %programfiles(x86)%\Mumble" to get into the file, then I try to put in "murmur.exe -supw Password_of_your_choice" Obviously changing the "password of your choice"
The error message I receive says today's date and the time, then says "Unknown
argument "[-ini". I know only a small amount when it comes to running commands
in the CMD-prompt, so I don't know if this is an error of what I'm typing or
And just to be sure, once this SUPW is set through cmd, I can then log into my
hosted server with ANY certificate, and just put SuperUser as the username,
and the password as what I set it through here. Correct?
Thanks in advance!
In this case the square brackets stand for an optional argument, you must not use them in your command.
So the correct commandline for you should be:
murmur.exe -ini "c:\program files(x86)\Mumble\murmur.ini" -supw
Thanks a lot Natenom!
That got me through to the next error message now, and I hate to be even more
of a burden, now it will tell me that "c:\program files(x86)\Mumble\murmur.ini
cannot be opened". Do you think that is a UAC issue since I'm on windows 7?
Obviously I am logged in an admin.
That was a copy & paste issue.
murmur.exe -ini "c:\programfiles(x86)\Mumble\murmur.ini" -supw
AFAIK you could even remove the complete "-ini file" argument because murmur
looks for this file in the current working directory.
I see that, but the problem now is that the command to access that file is
getting stopped. When I run the command, it opens up an instance of Murmur,
then gets the error message and closes it out.
It seems as if something is blocking the .ini file from being accessed and
changed. I looked into permissions and UAC, but didn't help. Thank you for
your help thus far Natenom, been a great user.
Thought this might work and I think it did! I copied the .ini file to my
desktop, ran the command with the new path, it said SuperUser password changed
to 1. Now I will copy the .ini from my desktop back to the install folder and
overwrite the old one. Let's see what happens
I know this post is from 6 months ago, but just wanted to throw this in here
just in case. The problem you're (hopefully were actually) running into is
that you command prompt doesn't have the elevated privileges it needs to edit
the .ini file. You can get around this two ways. The first is the way you
solved this. You can also run "cmd" as an Administrator by going to Start ->
All Programs -> Accessories, then right-click Command Prompt and choosing Run
as Admin (this is assuming you're using Windows 7).
Running an internet server daemon with higher privileges than needed can be
risky if an exploit of that daemon is discovered down the road. You can do it
just know there are potential risks, though the developers do seem to keep
security in mind.
Weighing in late in this conversation I have a similar problem with an "unknown argument" but the argument that is being rejected is ANYTHING that I put in for my password. Current string is:
murmur.exe -ini -supw password
That's it and the only part it doesn't like is the password. Ideas?
Not sure if this is it, but sometime you have to actually "type" your
password in and not copy and paste.
Wayne McMichael . www.waynemcmichael.com
From: Richard [mailto:None]
Sent: 31 May, 2013 12:46 AM
Subject: [mumble:discussion] Adding SuperUser Password through CMD
Weighing in late in this conversation I have a similar problem with an
"unknown argument" but the argument that is being rejected is ANYTHING that
I put in for my password. Current string is:
5#3911 SuperUser Password through CMD
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