Install Ice 3.4 on CentOS 5
Ice 3.4 is now in Beta with quite a bit of changes in the PHP api. Here is a guide howto install Ice with PHP bindings on a CentOS 5 machine and getting the weblist.php example distributed with murmur to work.
cd /etc/yum.repos.d/ wget http://www.zeroc.com/download/Ice/3.4/rhel5/zeroc-ice.repo
Edit the zeroc-ice.repo to look like this:
[zeroc-ice] name=Ice 3.4b for RHEL $releasever - $basearch baseurl=http://www.zeroc.com/download/Ice/3.4/rhel5/$basearch enabled=0 gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=http://www.zeroc.com/download/RPM-GPG-KEY-zeroc-beta
This way the repo is not enabled by default. My flavor of CentOS didn't have $releasever set so I changed the baseurl to a static version 5.
yum --enable zeroc-ice install ice-php ice-php-devel /etc/init.d/httpd graceful
Now go the murmur folder and locate Murmur.ice
require 'Ice.php'; require 'Murmur.php'; $ICE = Ice_initialize();
Move weblist.php and Murmur.php to your web space and access weblist.php
As of now the PHP implementation does not implement the Implicit Context, so you can't use murmur with a secret. When ZeroC decides to implement it you should be able to do something like this:
Getting Glacier to work
Glacier2 is a Ice routing and firewall utility, and allows you to securely run the server on one machine and murmur on another. Note that if both server and client are on a secure LAN, you can just use iptables to protect the Ice port, which is a lot easier than setting up Glacier2. Also, since Mumble 1.2.2 you can set an icesecret in your murmur.ini and use it as a password. This is a lot easier to set up and use than Glacier2.
yum install ice-servers
You will need an extra require:
Then just follow the guide Ice#Using_Glacier2.
--Ogre x 11:26, 26 January 2010 (UTC)