Mumble Help

this is what i get when launching mumble through a Terminal.
The problem i have is, i can listen what other people say but my voice isnt detected.
My microphone does work, since i can talk normally through Skype.

gabriel@ZXDSL831II:/usr/lib/mumble> mumble
PulseAudio: Connection failure: Connection refused
Locale is es_ES
TextToSpeech: Compiled without support for speech-dispatcher
OpenSSL Support: 1
GlobalShortcutX: /dev/input/event2: Logitech Logitech Dual Action
GlobalShortcutX: /dev/input/event3: B16_b_02 USB-PS/2 Optical Mouse
GlobalShortcutX: Unable to open any keyboard input devices under /dev/input, falling back to XEVIE
Xlib: extension “XEVIE” missing on display “:0.0”.
GlobalShortcutX: XEVIE extension not found. Enable it in xorg.conf
GlobalShortcutX: No XEVIE support, falling back to polled input. This wastes a lot of CPU resources, so please enable one of the other methods.
ALSAAudioInput: Initing audiocapture default.
ALSAAudioOutput: Initialized
ALSAAudioInput: Actual buffer 16000 hz, 1 channel 2730 samples [341 per period]
AudioInput: Initialized mixer for 1 channel 16000 hz mic and 0 channel 16000 hz echo
ALSAAudioOutput: Initializing 1 channel, 16000 hz mixer
AudioOutput: Initialized 1 channel 16000 hz mixer
warning: The VAD has been replaced by a hack pending a complete rewrite

does anybody know a possible solution?

You need to edit the xorg.conf file found in /etc/X11/xorg.conf

Add the following line:

Option “XEVIE” “Enable”

Example:

Section “Extensions”
Option “XEVIE” “Enable”
EndSection

After saving the changes, restart your computer and see if it eliminates the error message.

You may gave to google a bit on this topic.

Good Luck!

when trying to save i get a message saying i have no permission to alter the xorg.conf file

Type in su and then the password.

Then type in: vim /etc/X11/xorg.conf

Use the up/down arrow to line up with Section “Extensions”

Press the i key ( i for insert) and edit the section

Once you finish adding the line, press the ESC key once.

Then type in: :wq

:wq stands for write and quit

this is what i get now

gabriel@ZXDSL831II:/usr/lib/mumble> mumble
PulseAudio: Connection failure: Connection refused
Locale is es_ES
TextToSpeech: Compiled without support for speech-dispatcher
OpenSSL Support: 1
GlobalShortcutX: /dev/input/event2: Logitech Logitech Dual Action
GlobalShortcutX: /dev/input/event3: B16_b_02 USB-PS/2 Optical Mouse
GlobalShortcutX: Unable to open any keyboard input devices under /dev/input, falling back to XEVIE
GlobalShortcutX: XEVIE 1.0

assas1n wrote:
> when trying to save i get a message saying i have no permission to alter
> the xorg.conf file

you have to edit is as root…
this thread doesn’t list OS version or if you are a KDE, Gnome or
other user, so i GUESS 10.3 and KDE:

  1. push Alt+F2
  2. type kdesu kwrite press enter
  3. enter root pass when asked
  4. go to /etc/X11/xorg.conf
  5. edit as needed
  6. save
  7. done, close kwrite NOW

not on KDE? change step 2 to: gnomesu [some text editor]


duo

yes sorry, Opensuse 11.0 and KDE 3.5 i believe

help is still needed ! please

assas1n wrote:
> help is still needed ! please

sitting here and bumping this thread isn’t getting you far, huh?

things to try and/or think about:

  • go to http://mumble.sourceforge.net/Main_Page and join the mumble
    discussion forum and/or #mumble on freenode, and ask there!

  • what version of mumble are you using? the latest at that page above
    is 1.1.8, perhaps it fixes a bug you have…maybe you should compile
    and install from source? (i note that the version you are running does
    not support “speech-dispatcher”)

  • OR, maybe it is something REALLY simple that someone who is familiar
    with mumble (as i’m not, but those on the mumble forum are) can fix…


Conficter

i think it must be something miss configured on my opensuse, since it afects ventrilo and mumble but not skype