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Re: [Linphone-developers] building minimal mediastreaming2 on Linux

From: Simon Röhrl
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] building minimal mediastreaming2 on Linux
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2016 11:00:06 +0200 (CEST)


not sure if this digest thing was a good idea...
Thanks for your quick reply. I called ./ and 
./configure --disable-speex --disable-glx

Now it's asking for the ortp library, which is located in a custom
"configure: error: Couldn't find ortp library"

How can I tell configure where to find my library?
I tried export LDFLAGS='-L/home/devel/ms2-libs/lib', but this doesn't seem
to do anything.


Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2016 16:05:34 +0200
From: Sylvain Berfini <address@hidden>
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Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] building minimal mediastreaming2 on
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Hi Simon,

Thanks for pointing out the error in the README. The first step is to call
./ script that will generate the configure script from the .ac


Sylvain Berfini
Software Engineer @ Belledonne Communications

Le 02/08/2016 ? 15:56, Simon R?hrl a ?crit :
> Hey everyone,
> I?m investigating on streaming libraries. In my final program I just 
> want to display a h264 encoded video stream. There is no need for 
> audio, encryption ?
> I started git cloning the mediastreaming2 repository, followed by the 
> dependencies bctoolbox, mbedtls and ortp. I compiled the latter ones 
> successfully.
> The mediastreamer2 README points out to call ?./configure?. There is 
> no file ?configure?, just a ? Do I need to generate 
> ?configure? from ? How?
> If I try to use cmake as buildsystem (which should be added to readme 
> if it?s applicable) I receive several messages about missing
> libraries: bzrtp, srtp, gsm, bv16 ?
> , along with the line: ?mediastreamer2 will be compile without ??. So 
> this seems fine to me as I don?t want to use them. The only error I 
> get is complaining about the missing speex library, but I don?t want 
> to use that either.  How can  I build a minimal mediastreamer2? After 
> this step I want to add openh264 as decoder.
> The README also states to use the linphone-desktop project, but this 
> seems an overkill to me (after cloning ~1GB of data + can?t see a way 
> to a minimal configuration)
> Any hints are appreciated.
> Thanks and Cheers
> Simon R?hrl
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