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Re: [Linphone-users] Linphone on Fedora with IPv6 and installing ffmpeg
Re: [Linphone-users] Linphone on Fedora with IPv6 and installing ffmpeg for Linphone
Thu, 21 Sep 2006 08:54:24 -0400
Yeah, actually it didn't then but it does now. I was doing two things wrong:
1. I wasn't using  around the IPv6 address
2. I wasn't using appropriate port numbers for either the recepient or in the sender's own domain (in Preferences)
With those two modifications, now the IM works. The voice calls get sent and received but I need to get a mic and headphone set to try it out.
There's one last issue: ffmpeg. I went to their page and downloaded MPlayer (MPlayer v1.0pre8 source) and installed using prefix=/usr . However, Linphone can't find it during installation. (Right now I have --disable-video, but I would like to try and get the video calls working.) Am I using the wrong fmpeg? (Or not ffmpeg at all?)
On 9/21/06, Simon Morlat <address@hidden> wrote:
Despite this error message, does it work ?
Le mardi 19 septembre 2006 21:14, Khalid Hossain a écrit:
> I have a LAN set up that uses IPv6. I am trying to use Linphone on two of
> these machines (that connect through a router) for Instant Messaging. I get
> the following when I start up Linphone on either of these two machines:
> address@hidden ~]# linphone --verbose &
>  2988
> address@hidden ~]# ortp-message-oRTP-0.11.0 initialized.
> ortp-message-Card ALSA: default device added
> ortp-message-Card ALSA: Intel 82801BA-ICH2 added
> ortp-message-Card OSS: /dev/dsp added
> ortp-message-Cannot open directory /usr/local/lib/mediastreamer/plugins: No
> such file or directory
> | INFO2 | <eXosip.c: 409> IPv6 is enabled. Pls report bugs
> DEBUG: [get_output_if] connect: Network is unreachable
> | ERROR | <eXosip.c: 418> eXosip: No ethernet interface found!
> | ERROR | <eXosip.c: 421> eXosip: using
127.0.0.1 (debug mode)!
> INFO1 | <eXosip.c: 333> eXosip: Reseting timer to 15s before waking up!
> I have successfully used Linphone with the same machines over the Internet
> using DHCP to assign IPv4 addresses. However, I need to get it working on
> IPv6. ping6 works between the two interfaces. So, I am not sure what I
> should be looking at.
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