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by nnevatie
26 May 2011, 05:47
Forum: Bubba Server Feature requests
Topic: Running ventrilo-server, how-to?
Replies: 12
Views: 22348

Re: Running ventrilo-server, how-to?

Software emulation of i386 on 200mhz ARM-processor will be very slow, and will most likely not perform well as a realtime audio-conferencing server. It works fine, to be honest. Typical VOIP servers (Ventrilo, TeamSpeak) are not actually touching the audio streams in the server-side, but rather wor...
by nnevatie
12 Mar 2011, 08:16
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Ventrilo?
Replies: 10
Views: 11840

Re: Ventrilo?

I would like to test Mumble-server too, but its demanding tons of libraries/packages which cannot be installed to bubba2 via apt-get. That was my conclusion too: too many dependencies and I just didn't want to spent the whole day building them on my own. I've run Vent on B2 for months now and hadn'...
by nnevatie
12 Mar 2011, 03:53
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Ventrilo?
Replies: 10
Views: 11840

Re: Ventrilo?

How did you get qemu-i386 to work? I installed qemu with "apt-get install qemu", but "qemu-i386 ventrilo_srv" -command ends to following error: qemu-i386 ventrilo_srv /lib/ld-linux.so.2: No such file or directory Illegal instruction Sorry, it seems my list was missing a critical piece of info...You...
by nnevatie
29 Nov 2010, 03:28
Forum: Bubba Server Feature requests
Topic: Running ventrilo-server, how-to?
Replies: 12
Views: 22348

Re: Running ventrilo-server, how-to?

Seems the thread is quite old but here's how to get Ventrilo working on B2, if anyone is still interested:

http://forum.excito.net/viewtopic.php?f ... ilo#p12958
by nnevatie
29 Nov 2010, 03:13
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Ventrilo?
Replies: 10
Views: 11840

Re: Ventrilo?

The latest Ventrilo server works fine on Bubba 2. Here's a mini-howto: 1. Download the server binaries (Linux i386 - 32bit) from http://ventrilo.com/download.php 2. Extract the tar package on Bubba, to for example /opt/ventrilo-server/ 3. Install qemu on Bubba, using shell: sudo apt-get install qemu...