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=Mumo source=
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The Source game management plugin for [[Mumo]] can dynamically move players into on-the-fly created channel structures representing in-game team setup. This is achieved by using data gathered from Mumble's [[Positional-Audio|positional audio system]] and does not require cooperation by the game server. Currently the following source engine based games are supported:
The Source game management plugin for [[Mumo]] can dynamically move players into on-the-fly created channel structures representing in-game team setup. This is achieved by using data gathered from Mumble's positional audio system and does not require cooperation by the game server. Currently the following source engine based games are supported:
 
 
* Team Fortress 2
 
* Team Fortress 2
 
* Day of Defeat: Source
 
* Day of Defeat: Source
* CounterStrike: Source
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* Counter-Strike: Source
* Half Life 2: Death Match.
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* Half-Life 2: Deathmatch.
  
 
=Requirements=
 
=Requirements=
 
* Working [[Mumo]] installation.
 
* Working [[Mumo]] installation.
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=Getting started=
 
=Getting started=
 
* Link or copy the ''source.ini'' file from the modules-available folder into the modules-enabled folder
 
* Link or copy the ''source.ini'' file from the modules-available folder into the modules-enabled folder
 
  cd modules-enabled
 
  cd modules-enabled
  ln -S ../modules-available/source.ini source.ini
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  ln -s ../modules-available/source.ini
 
* Check whether the defaults in ''source.ini'' are ok for your setup. They should be sane for basic setups.
 
* Check whether the defaults in ''source.ini'' are ok for your setup. They should be sane for basic setups.
 
* Restart mumo
 
* Restart mumo
 
* Done
 
* Done
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[[Category:3rd Party]]

Latest revision as of 21:01, 23 October 2014

The Source game management plugin for Mumo can dynamically move players into on-the-fly created channel structures representing in-game team setup. This is achieved by using data gathered from Mumble's positional audio system and does not require cooperation by the game server. Currently the following source engine based games are supported:

  • Team Fortress 2
  • Day of Defeat: Source
  • Counter-Strike: Source
  • Half-Life 2: Deathmatch.

Requirements

  • Working Mumo installation.

Getting started

  • Link or copy the source.ini file from the modules-available folder into the modules-enabled folder
cd modules-enabled
ln -s ../modules-available/source.ini
  • Check whether the defaults in source.ini are ok for your setup. They should be sane for basic setups.
  • Restart mumo
  • Done