|Subject:||Re: [Linphone-users] Config file and playback_gain_db|
|Date:||Mon, 21 Jul 2014 14:35:50 +0200|
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Ok, I got some more info on this, and the situation is as follows:|
* linphonec uses the config file by default
* linphonec running as a daemon (via linphonecsh init) doesn't use the config file by default. You need to add it as a parameter: "linphonecsh init -c ~/.linphonerc"
But the issue I'm having seems to be related to the specific version of linphone.
With linphonec version 3.5.2, the configuration file parameter work, but with 3.6.1. it doesn't.
After i run: "linphonecsh init -c ~/.linphonerc", i get this:
address@hidden ~]# linphonecsh init -c ~/.linphonerc
address@hidden ~]# ps aux | grep linphonec
root 3846 25.0 1.4 146436 7024 ? Ssl 12:33 0:00 linphonec --pipe -c /dev/null -c /root/.linphonerc
So it would seem everything is ok. But actually, it didn't read any of the settings from the configuration file.
To verify, I try to read a configuration I am sure is contained in the config file:
address@hidden ~]# linphonecsh generic "param sound local_ring"
current value: (undef)
Why is it not reading the configuration file? Is this a bug/regression?
On 11.07.2014 16:31, Lorrin wrote:
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