[Bug 497441] Review Request: mumble - Voice chat application

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--- Comment #25 from Igor Jurišković <juriskovic.igor at gmail.com>  2009-04-27 07:53:21 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #23)
> (In reply to comment #15)
> > ----------------------------------------------------
> > I need to register protocol mumble:// so mumble can use it but in wiki there is
> > nothing related to register protocols. How to do that?
> Don't know how, but should be imho a seperate package
/usr/share/services/ has protocol files. I installed protocol file there but
its not working. Some articles on internet says that protocol are handle by
DE(Gnome,KDE...). I can install protocol inside /usr/share/kde4/services/ but
then it wouldnt work at Gnome - I think. 

> (In reply to comment #15)
> > ----------------------------------------------------
> > Mumble-overlay - as I said before I don't understand what really you want with
> > this. Explain this a little bit more.
> > ----------------------------------------------------
> The overlay is an extension for mumble. you can create a subpacakge like murmur
> without -n parameter. -n will give a complete name. if you named it %package
> overlay it is a subpackage and named mumble-overlay automaticly.
> You need a desktopfile that can start mumble in overlay mode in the overlay
> subpackage
It is installed.

> (In reply to comment #12)
> > Can you explain this a little bit more? Should I make another package 
> > like I did with murmur. 
> > %package -n mumble-plugins
> %package plugins < as i said it above
> (In reply to comment #13)
> > I think setting MURMUR_USER and MURMUR_GROUP in the init script IMO is bad,
> > how about outsourcing it to /etc/sysconfig/murmur for example?  
> Never said it's the perfect or ultimate initscript. Just add it from another
> review like you said in C4
How do you mean outsource? Make another file murmur then set user:group inside
then include that file inside init script or something else?

> (In reply to comment #15)
> > btw, did somebody died so nobody answers or my posts are nonsense so everyone
> > is laughing? :)  
> We are crying 
> No, was a joke! :-)  

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