How to install the game chat app Mumble 1.3.2 on Ubuntu 20.04

Mumble 1.3.2, an open source, low latency, high quality voice chat software, was released a few days ago. Here’s how to install it on Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 18.04, and Ubuntu 16.04.

Mumble 1.3.2 is a maintenance release that fixes overlays not launching and custom certificate keychain errors on macOS.

There is also a known issue. BattleEye, CS:GO trust mode is blocking the overlay.

How to install the game chat app Mumble 1.3.2 on Ubuntu 20.04

How to install Mumble on Ubuntu:

Mumble is available as a containerized Snap and Flatpak package. You can install Snap from Ubuntu software and Flatpak from. Flat hub repository..

To like them .deb Create a package from the apt repository and install it with the following steps Mumble Team PPA..

For unknown reasons, so far PPA does not support Ubuntu 20.04. However, Click here to download the Ubuntu 19.10 eaon package, “Mumble_1.3.2-1 ~ ppa1 ~ eoan1_amd64.deb”. This works very well for me in my installation.

Download the package and install it with the command:

cd ~/Downloads/ && sudo apt install ./mumble_1.3.2-*amd64.deb

1. Open a terminal from the application menu or by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T on the keyboard. Once open, paste the following command and press Enter.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mumble/release

When prompted, enter your user password (without asterisk feedback) and press Enter to continue adding the PPA.

How to install the game chat app Mumble 1.3.2 on Ubuntu 20.04

2. If you have an older release installed, use Software Updater to upgrade Mumble.

How to install the game chat app Mumble 1.3.2 on Ubuntu 20.04

Or run the commands one at a time in the terminal to check for updates and install the gamer’s chat utility.

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install mumble mumble-server

Uninstall Mumble.

You can use the following command to remove the PPA that downgrades your VoIP chat app to the stock version.

sudo apt-get install ppa-purge && sudo ppa-purge ppa:mumble/release

To remove mumble simply use the System Package Manager or run the command in the terminal.

sudo apt-get remove mumble mumble-server

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