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Re: [Linphone-users] Compiling linphone 3.2.1 on Debian Lenny - intermit
Re: [Linphone-users] Compiling linphone 3.2.1 on Debian Lenny - intermittent audio
Fri, 12 Feb 2010 12:55:54 +0100
Hi Simon, perfect!
I confirm that after a fresh Voyage (Debian Lenny) installation,
installing the dependencies like that:
apt-get install build-essential gcc libreadline5-dev libreadline5 intltool
pkg-config alsa alsa-utils alsa-base libalsaplayer0 libalsaplayer-dev
and compiling linphone with the configure string:
./configure --enable-gtk_ui=no --enable-video=no --enable-alsa
successfully builds linphone
then adding the "/usr/local/lib" folder to ld.so.conf and running 'ldconfig'
does the rest.
Thanks for supporting and have a nice day,
On Thu, 11 Feb 2010 21:57:09 +0100
Simon Morlat <address@hidden> wrote:
> Did you compiled with alsa support ?
> To make sure, in linphonec type:
> soundcard list
> You should see something like "ALSA: default device" in the list.
> Le mardi 09 février 2010 à 18:59 +0100, address@hidden a écrit :
> > Hi All, hi Simon, thanks for your help.
> > I'm trying to compile linphone 3.2.1 over the embedded-oriented 'Voyage'
> > distro, version 0.6.2, which is based on Debian Lenny.
> > Basically is a Lenny with custom kernels for various boards, for example
> > mine is an Alix 3d3.
> > Since I was running linphone from the Lenny debian packages, I've first
> > deleted them, hope I've done it well:
> > apt-get remove libexosip2-4 liblinphone2 libmediastreamer0 libortp7
> > libosip2-3deb linphone-common --purge
> > Then I've compiled libosip2-3.3.0 and libeXosip2-3.3.0
> > Then I've added the dir '/usr/local/lib' to /etc/ld.so.conf and run
> > 'ldconfig'.
> > linphone-3.2.1 compiles fine but outgoing audio is very intermittent, more
> > silence than voice.
> > The microphone works well.
> > I've tried the alaw and ulaw codecs, with and without transcoding from
> > Asterisk.
> > The configure string for linphone was:
> > ./configure --prefix=/opt/linphone --enable-gtk_ui=no --enable-video=no
> > The previous version of linphone worked fine, on the same setup and
> > environment.
> > Any hint ?
> > Thanks for supporting,
> > have a nice day.
> > Mike
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