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The installation of the MAP is very simple. The script is written so the old databases can not be destroyed (eg existing Mumble DB's)! The plugin is also provided so that it runs on the database server Mumrmur. So you have to specify the database server Mumrmur the installer of the MAP! You need to install the scripts start by visiting the directory of the MAP! When the Works have, you can get even with the displayed data log and get started!

Step by step


You can download the latest MAP version here!

ZIP file

Once you've downloaded the MAP, you must unpack it now with a ZIP program.


Now you have all the files in the .zip package with a FTP program to upload to your server.

Installer call

Invoke the install script of the MAP on your browser. You need to address the following URL:


Follow the instructions

Step 1

Choose the language and the template, then confirm the entry by clicking "Next".

Step 2

Read the warning and confirm the security question with: "Yes, I do agree!".

Step 3

Check the file permissions of the MAP files and directories. File permissions that are correct are shown in green. File permissions that are not correct are shown in red. You must change these with your FTP client (or command line shell) and update the list by clicking "Refresh". Directory permissions should be set recursively.

Once all of the file permissions are correct (shown in green), you can then confirm this step by clicking "next".

Step 4

Enter the MySQL database data. NOTE for version <= V2.3.1: MAP is dependent on being installed in the same MySQL database as the Murmur server. In addition, MAP uses the same table prefix, such as Murmur!

Step 5

Enter the information for the administrator account, which you will use later to log in to MAP. Caution is the end of the installer to your blush even once represented your chosen password in plain text. If you are not alone install the MAP, we recommend that the distance of a frequently used password to take it!

Step 6

This step validates and tests the all of your data entered for MAP. If you made any mistakes, MAP will report which tests failed. To correct the data, click the "back" button. Otherwise, if all tests are shown in green, simply click "next".

Step 7

The MAP stores your MySQL connection data from step 4 into a file. If it erred, it is quite possible that the CHMOD rights not agree to the file .. / inc / _mysql.php. Otherwise, your PHP installation does not support the file () functions. Turn to change this according to Google to your php.ini. Otherwise, save it if it worked, just press "next".

Step 8

In this final step of installation saves MAP from its system-related data in the MySQL database and provides an overview for you sichtar from the installation. You can now click on the link given here and login with the specified data in the MAP. The installation is completed successfully. Please do not forget the final steps to safeguard the security!

Deleting the directory

Please do not forget to delete the directory including all files from the installer. Therefore no one can no longer attack a user unauhentifizierter the MAP.

rmdir / install

CHMOD rights Reset

The installation had to write some files get protected right. This, however, make your server vulnerable to the operation of the MAP. Therefore, you need this now reset back to CHMOD 0644 (Please note especially in _mysql.php)! The following files need to be reset:

Chmod 644 / inc / _mysql.php
Chmod 655 / index.php

optional steps


Should you be up to this point have no problems, great. Unfortunately, it is so in many cases, the need still further points to be installed. Unto thee may be missing or even the Installieren_von_Murmur_auf_Linux the Installieren_von_Slice_auf_Linux or Installieren_von_Slice_auf_Windows. And then you should have with error messages etc. be confronted, you had recommended to the Troubleshooting article! Maybe you're the murmur.ini misconfigured and get in the murmur.log error messages? Then you should be in the help article Murmur.ini see how it really goes! Maybe would be interesting to mention here the most common mistakes Most common errors... category in the forum. There, you should look for problems sometimes get a thought!

ZeroC-ICE (Slice) Add Secret

Better safe than sorry. The developers have also thought of Slice and Mumble. These supports the MAP and secure communication with Murmur. Therefore you would recommend this feature in Murmur.ini # icesecretwrite configure. Accordingly is BEFORE the slice Secret in the MAP under Settings> Interface Configuration> ICE ZeroC to define password.

  • Translation may be off. This page was made with Google Translate and the German Installation page. -JohnEBH