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Murmur (Mumble-server) preconfigured to use SSL certificates and system DBus connection for polling.
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This repository links to a Dockerfile that builds a Mumble server (Murmur) with :

  • a customizable configuration file
  • a pre-configured system DBus conenction so you can poll it from other containers
  • SSL certification support

For (obvious) reasons, I do not provide the pre-made image. You have to put your own SSL certificates in there :)


Create a suitable directory on your server to store the Dockerfile and do the build process. It could be:
mkdir -p /home/jean-michel-dockerfile/docker-builds/murmur

Now go there and git pull my corresponding GitHub respository :
git clone

After pulling, customize the build :

  • Replace the and by your own SSL files. If you don't want SSL, remove them.
  • Edit the Dockerfile and change the SSL filenames to match yours. If you don't want SSL, comment-out the lines referencing them.
  • Edit the mumur.ini configuration script with values of your choice. Keep in mind to adjust the SSL section according to your files, or absence thereof.

To ensure DBus capabilities for your Mumble instance, you need to enrich your host's DBus configuration with the provided file:
mv murmur.conf /etc/dbus-1/system.d/murmur.conf

The only thing remaining is to build your custom image:
docker build .
This command will build your image. The last line written to the standard output will have this form:
Successfully built e60d820ad77c
You need to save this ID somewhere. It's your image ID, and you will need it in the rest of this instructions. (Here, mine was e60d820ad77c.)


You just need to launch the built image as a new container with the proper parameters (change the image ID to match the one you got):
docker run -d -v /var/run/dbus:/var/run/dbus -p 64738:64738 -p 64738:64738/udp e60d820ad77c

Getting SuperUser access

Once you have launched the container, you can get the SuperUser password (and start configuring your server) with the following command:
docker logs $(docker ps | grep e60d820ad77c | awk '{print $1}') 2>&1 | grep Password
Once again, you need to change the image ID in the command, and substitute e60d820ad77c for your own.

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