|From:||Hetz Ben Hamo|
|Subject:||Re: [Linphone-users] Linphone 3.X and pulse audio|
|Date:||Sun, 24 Jan 2010 19:22:10 +0200|
although this doesn't answer your question:
I've once come to the conclusion that pulseaudio isn't worth all the pain it puts on the user. Not only but especially with voip software like linphone, skype etc. So I deinstalled it and as a result I'm having my peace now. Everything's working as expected. With Ubuntu it's no problem to deinstall pulseaudio because hardly no other package depends on it and everything else runs quite nicely without it.
On 01/24/2010 10:31 AM, Hetz Ben Hamo wrote:
I just compiled linphone 3.12 on my Fedora 12 machine, and I must say,
it's really great!
Having said that, there's a big issue: I don't see any support for Pulse
Audio so no one can hear me speaking.
So my question: is there any way to make linphone work with Pulse Audio?
I tried "padsp linphone-3" and that didn't work (I can hear the ring but
no one can hear me, and I'm using USB microphone).
Is there a plan to move from ALSA/OSS to Pulse Audio? SuSE/Ubuntu/Fedora
are all using pulse audio by default now.
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