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Re: [Linphone-developers] linphonec 3.4.0 fails to initiate SIP calls

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] linphonec 3.4.0 fails to initiate SIP calls
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2011 22:09:16 +0100


Please send a log (linphonec -d 6 -l /tmp/log.txt). It's hard to say
right now what's wrong.
The crash at exit is solved in git, we plan to release 3.4.1 soon for
that also compilation issues.


Le vendredi 11 février 2011 à 21:25 -0500, Pedro Sanchez a écrit :
> Hello,
> I downloaded linphonec 3.4.0 and cross-compiled it for ARM. I had to 
> assume OSIP_SUCCESS == 0 for the compilation to succeed according to 
> this e-mail:
> Linphone successfully receives calls, audio and everything else works, 
> but I can't get it to initiate calls. This is what I get:
> linphonec> call sip:address@hidden
> Establishing call id to <sip:address@hidden>, assigned id 1
> linphonec> Contacting <sip:address@hidden>
> linphonec> Call 1 to <sip:address@hidden> in progress.
> Remote ringing.
> linphonec> Call 1 to <sip:address@hidden> ringing.
> Warning: Remote end <sip:address@hidden> seems to have 
> disconnected, the call is going to be closed.
> linphonec> Call ended
> linphonec> Call 1 with <sip:address@hidden> ended.
> ortp-error-Could not remove the call from the list !!!
> Call 1 with <sip:address@hidden> error.
> A SIP trace shows the INVITE from linphone followed by the TRYING and 
> RINGING from the remote end. This is followed almost immediately by a 
> CANCEL from linphonec.
> I must say that once in a blue moon it works but I can't tell what 
> exactly is necessary for this to work. For sure it doesn't work on the 
> very first call attempt. And as I keep trying to call I notice that the 
> call id numbers are always increasing, is this expected?
> Also, when I exit I get this:
> linphonec> quit
> Terminating...
> *** glibc detected *** linphonec: munmap_chunk(): invalid pointer: 
> 0x00038bc0 ***
> Aborted
> I was running linphonec 3.3.2 before on the same host, calling the same 
> peer, and linphonec never failed. Any pointers on what to do would be 
> appreciated.
> Thank you,

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