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[Linphone-developers] pls unsubscribe me

From: Vikram Bobade
Subject: [Linphone-developers] pls unsubscribe me
Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2003 14:28:00 +0530

-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden
Behalf Of Franklin
Sent: Friday, 11 July 2003 1:54 PM
To: address@hidden; address@hidden
Subject: [Linphone-users] addlink directly from soundcard to rtp,any

Hello:  I have used linphonec and found it very excellent. But when I tried
to port
it over the uclinux+arm7tdmi platform I met some problems that need your
kind reply.  My platform will give linphonec the G711 encoded data to
transport so I need
made some modifications to linphonec. I have changed the following in
Audiostream.c  ms_filter_add_link(stream-soundread,stream-encoder);
ms_filter_add_link(stream->decoder,stream->soundwrite); To:
ms_filter_add_link(stream->rtprecv,stream->soundwrite);  And
ms_filter_remove_links(stream->decoder,stream->soundwrite);  To:
ms_filter_remove_links(stream->rtprecv,stream->soundwrite);  But when I
compiled it and run over the PC(I mean transporting the PCM from
soundcard directly over RTP), there are the following errors:
(process:2855): MediaStreamer-CRITICAL **: file msossread.c: line 114
(ms_oss_read_process): assertion `p!=NULL' failed  However, when I debuged
it I found the P isn't NULL and increased 512 every
step. So what is wrong with my modification and how can transport the data
from soundcard directly to RTP ? Please give me some clues.  Thank you very
much!  bestwishes Franklin

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