I got the following problem:
When I want to set my SuperUser password for Mumble via the command promp, I do as I have to do. But at the end, when the pop-up shows up and should say: "Password set to server1" It says "Specified ini file. Murmur.ini could not be opened"
What am I doing wrong and how can I fix it?
It can't find your configuration file (which it needs so it knows where your database is etc.)
add "-ini (path-to-your-ini-file)" to the command
I have this in my CMD
C:\Program Files (x86)\Mumble> murmur.exe -ini (C:)\ProgramFiles(x86)\Mumble\murmur.ini -supw "mypassword"
First, that should be:
murmur.exe -ini "C:\Program Files(x86)\Mumble\murmur.ini" -supw "mypassword"
...secondly, since you're in the same directory, none of that should be necessary. I suspect the issue is that you don't have write access to the program files directory. Run the command prompt as root?
(I've never ran the server on windows; I don't know if there's an easier way to do this)
Still same error. I already run the command prompt as administrator.
I think I have something wrong in the command, because the mumble guides says this:
murmur.exe [-ini ] -supw Password_of_your_choice. So when I do that, it's says exactly the same only then not "murmur.ini" but "mumble". Maybe there is the problem?
I had the same issue. I insalle din a windows xp server, so the command was actually
murmur.exe -ini "C:\Program Files\Mumble\murmur.ini" -my_password
I had to take out the (x86) after program files (windows 64bit thing). That got it working for me.