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Re: [tor-talk] Free Decentralized VOIP over Tor
Is Mumble cross-platform? I see it's opensource but will it run on Linux OSes? I would appreciate something like this running over Tor on Tails Linux. Possibly with a users directory.
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From: W. Greenhouse <wgreenhouse@xxxxxxxxxx>
Apparently from: tor-talk-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [tor-talk] Free Decentralized VOIP over Tor
Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2014 16:25:54 +0000
> Hi Terry,
> terryz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
> > Hi,
> > Has there been any proposals to develop a free decentralized VOIP
> > network for Tor?
> Mumble, best known as a voice groupchat software for gamers, has been
> the subject of some Tor experiments, because it has Push to Talk support
> to help deal with high latency, and because it can be configured to use
> TCP only--unlike most VoiP applications, which use a combination of TCP
> and UDP. There are both desktop and mobile clients, and self-hosting a
> Mumble instance on a hidden service is feasible. This isn't federated,
> AFAIK, though, unlike SIP or XMPP voice chat, so it would only scale to
> the smallish group that was using the same Mumble service.
> See e.g.
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