Letsencrypt ssl cert for mumble

I needed to set up a mumble server for a friends minecraft community. The Mumble software uses a client–server architecture which allows users to talk to each other via the same server. It has a very simple administrative interface and features high sound quality and low latency where possible. All communication is encrypted to make sure user privacy using either a self signed cert or a cert purchased via a vendor. The great thing about Mumble is that it’s free and open-source software, is cross-platform, and is released under the terms of the new BSD license. Since letsencrypt is awesome and provides completely free certs to the end users, I figured it would be perfect to use in this attempt.  So I started on the road to acquire a letsencrypt ssl cert for mumble. First we need to acquire the letsencrypt client. for this you need git. git clone https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt cd letsencrypt ./letsencrypt-auto certonly –standalone –standalone-supported-challenges tls-sni-01 A text / curses bases dialogue will start. it will ask you to input your domain(s) you want a cert for. If you want multiple domains or multiple subdomains at the same time just separate them via a space or a comma, follow the prompts and it will install your cert in /etc/letsencrypt/live/<domain>/cert.pem. So far so good! now you need to install murmur/mumble-server on your machine. I would like to tell you how to do it but due to the nature of software it might change, the best way to do it is via checking the official mumble wiki for info […]