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mumble: Open Mumble and immediately connect to a server.
$ mumble mumble://${username}@${example-com}
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The command "mumble" is a placeholder for an actual command or application name, which is not specified in your question.

The rest of the command "mumble://${username}@${example-com}" appears to be a URL-like syntax, where several variables are used. Let's break it down:

  1. "mumble://" indicates that it might be a protocol or scheme used in the URL.
  2. "${username}" represents a placeholder for a username. It suggests that you should replace "${username}" with an actual username.
  3. "@" is a delimiter commonly used in URLs to separate the username from the password or the hostname.
  4. "${example-com}" represents another placeholder, usually used to denote a domain or hostname in URLs. It implies that you need to replace "${example-com}" with an actual domain name.

Overall, without additional context or the actual command/application name, it is difficult to provide further clarification on the purpose or functionality of this command.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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