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Re: [Linphone-developers] Installation and Setup - Newbie Questions

From: ali Eblice
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] Installation and Setup - Newbie Questions
Date: Tue, 29 Dec 2015 08:08:33 +0330

for belle sip :
download belle-sip from linphone website and compile and install it
fore the other questions sadfully i don't know

On Tue, Dec 29, 2015 at 12:56 AM, Bernhard Kaiser <address@hidden> wrote:
Ok, now configure complains about missing belle-sip.

What I have done so far:
Created test.cpp in <projectDir>
Git-cloned liblinphone to <projectDir>/linphone
Git-cloned ortp to <projectDir>ortp   
Git-cloned belle-sip to <projectDir>/belle-sip
Installed via aptitude:
- libtool 
- speex
- libspeexdsp-dev

A test (up to registration) using python and the python wrapper of linphone works well. But because of personal preference I'd like to use C++ instead of python.

Isn't there anything ready-to-use for C?

Am 28.12.2015 um 20:44 schrieb ali Eblice:
you can use this as documentation for compiling linphone

to compile without GUI use :


and I've been compiling linphone for 2 weeks and there is no way that you can get audio from it , you can only get ringing sound and after answering channel there is no sound , i was using raspberry pi2 B on rasbian .

On Mon, Dec 28, 2015 at 5:59 PM, Bernhard Kaiser <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello,
> I have some newbie questions about the setup of liblinphone with C(++). I couldn't find something in the relevant documentation. It would be great to get some answers. :-)
> System: Raspberry Pi B, Raspbian
> Purpose: Calling my other internal VOIP phones via running daemon (no GUI necessary).
> Where to put - relatively to my own program test.cpp - the replication of the git-repository? Do I have to compile the whole package? When trying, configure complains about missing gtk packages, but I don't need a GUI.
> For me, the examples (like Basic call [1]) don't really fit to the content of the git-repository. The linphonecore.h file is located in the coreapi folder, so how do I have to include this in my own program? Where to put which files?
> Is there any documentation available for the really first steps (yes, I know the Wiki [2])?
> Can I work with the libphone5 package installed via Raspbian-APT?
> [1]
> [2]

Best Regards,

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