defaultchannel and rememberchannel not working

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ScottyG
2014-01-09
2014-01-09
  • ScottyG

    ScottyG - 2014-01-09

    Hi,

    In my mumble-server.ini file, I've set defaultchannel=4 (my AFK channel) and rememberchannel=false.
    When a user connects to my server, they are placed in the same channel they were in when they disconnected.
    Any ideas to why these commands isn't working as intended?

    Thanks in advance.

     
  • Natenom

    Natenom - 2014-01-09
    • If you add new variables to your .ini file they must be placed before the [Ice] section.
    • Did you restart your server after the change?
    • Check if the key rememberchannel is set in your database, which would override settings from your .ini file.
     
    • ScottyG

      ScottyG - 2014-01-09

      I have the [Ice] section at the end of my .ini file and the commands before it.
      The server has been closed down and started up again with: sudo dpkg-reconfigure mumble-server
      Under which table should the this setting be? Am using SQLite Database Browser to check but doesn't seem to be there anywhere.

       
  • Natenom

    Natenom - 2014-01-09

    Should be in "config".

     
    • ScottyG

      ScottyG - 2014-01-09

      In "config" I only have 2 keys and none of them is rememberchannel.
      I have "certificate" and "key" in that table only.

      In my .ini file, I placed the commands right under "welcometext" and right before "port". Should I try and move it higher up?

       
  • Natenom

    Natenom - 2014-01-09

    Could something be wrong with your var welcomemessage so that murmur misses rememberchannel? If not the position is not relevant.

     
    • ScottyG

      ScottyG - 2014-01-09

      Just tried moving it above "welcometext" and it's still the same.
      Can I set these 2 commands in the database instead? Perhaps that could solve it if it overwrites the .ini file.

       
  • Natenom

    Natenom - 2014-01-09

    Yes, that should work.

    Ah ... missed that ... iirc dpkg-reconfigure does not restart the server, does it?

    Instead do a "sudo service mumble-server restart".

     
    • ScottyG

      ScottyG - 2014-01-09

      No it doesn't. I normally stop the server through htop and start it again with that command.
      Will try and add the commands under "config" and see if that works.

       
    • ScottyG

      ScottyG - 2014-01-09

      This is so strange.
      It still doesn't place the newly connected users in the defaultchannel. :s