You probably shouldn't use this anymore. The official fedora package is being updated.
Test it and leave karma.
Old description follows: Mostly just testing out COPR with an update to mumble that hasn't been done in the main repo.
Don't do this. If you have you should probably undo it and remove mumble and reinstall from the official Fedora repos. It's in update-testing (or should be soon). See links in the description.
Old instructions follow: Create a file in /etc/yum.repos.d called copr.fedoraproject.org-chder-mumble.repo In it place the following.
[copr-chder-mumble] name=fedora copr chder's mumble repo baseurl=http://copr-be.cloud.fedoraproject.org/results/chder/mumble/fedora-$releasever-$basearch/ enabled=1
After you've got that saved you can: sudo yum --nogpgcheck install mumble
I only tested it enough to know I can hear an talk to one other person. Use at your own risk. It's probably going to conflict when the maintainer of mumble in the main fedora repo updates the same package so when that happens I'd say delete this repo and uninstall and then reinstall mumble. That's what I plan on doing.
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