Re: [Linphone-users] Stuck compiling linphone desktop on Ubuntu 20.04 LT
Re: [Linphone-users] Stuck compiling linphone desktop on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
Mon, 20 Sep 2021 19:04:58 +0200
Yes I know, I plead
guilty, but to my defence I can say that it seemed kind of silly to me
to put the same contents in my mail. Anyway, I got downvoted on StackOverflow,
so they weren't altogether happy with my question there either.
I've been installing
a lot of -dev packages and other, I had to download and install some 500
additional Mbs, but still it doesn't see the PulseAudio or Alsa drivers,
some packages are probably still missing, but which packages exactly?
So I installed 4 more
packages, and... same error.
At the moment I feel
too disappointed to continue, so I'll throw my towel in the ring and remove
all sources from my system.
Looking for help on a mailing list by posting a link to a web page
isn't really exemplary netiquette style.
Anyway, the problem you see probably stems from not having the -dev
packages installed. Your best bet is to use Debian's debian/control
files for the linphone packages in Bullseye as orientation for what to
install. You can also try to compile the Debian source packages on
Ubuntu. 20.04 seems new enough that this could actually work.