Mumble 1.2.3 RC released

We are happy to announce the release of the first Release Candidate of the upcoming Mumble 1.2.3. As the name implies we consider this release to be ready to be a stable version. If no show stoppers pop up the candidate will be re-released as stable soon. If you find any issues please report them asap or they will be in the stable release.

 

The Mumble 1.2.3 RC download can be found on our homepage at http://mumble.info.
To find out what is new in this release visit the upcoming releases page on our wiki.

Regards,
The Mumble team

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6 Responses to Mumble 1.2.3 RC released

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  2. RealNC says:

    Awesome! Just compiled murmur on Debian 5 and got the record functionality in the client enabled. Very nice.

    The “priority speaker” feature is also extremely useful. Excellent work, guys!

  3. RealNC says:

    I found a problem with the “priority speaker” thingy. I doesn’t work :P When I try it on myself, only I can hear a difference in other people’s volume.

    How is it supposed to work? Doesn’t this come from the server? Do all people need to connect with Mumble 1.2.3? If yes, how can I only allow people with 1.2.3 or higher to connect to the server?

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  5. Epicanis says:

    I finally got around to figuring out how to make a custom ebuild for this on Gentoo for my server, and am now making a custom Arch build for the client. If I get a chance I’ll try it out (finally, for the first time). Thanks!

  6. Ludwig Nussel says:

    RPM builds of git snapshots available here:
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/show?package=mumble-unstable&project=home%3Alnussel%3Amumble%3Aunstable

    stable versions are available in games:tools

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