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23 May 2007
I've installed Ekiga from the r197 feed, but it won't run for lack of libpt.o. What package provides this library?
23 May 2007
OK, I've manage to natively compile kiax on my C860, under r197. But...
When linking kiax itself, it fails when it's unable to find 'crt1.o'. Now, I can't find that referenced ANYWHERE except within glibc.
What can I do? Where can I find crt1.o?
27 Jan 2007
I noticed something the other day. I'm running r121 on my C860, and with the power 'off' I get noise on headphones when I'm jacking them in, giving me the impression that the audio circuit is live even when the Z is on standby. Is this correct?
12 Jan 2007
I've been trying to cross-compile kiax and getting an error where 'as' can't find libopcodes - which is not referenced anywhere in the kiax code itself.
Anyway, I was hoping someone with a stable proven development system would be willing to build kiax for r121. Qt-based, should be self-contained. (the source tarfile includes IAX, GSM, iLBC, and Speex libraries)
IAX2 (Inter-Asterisk Exchange protocol) is SOO much easier to work with than SIP. With SIP VOIP the SIP protocol (udp 5060) is used to set up/manage calls, but the audio goes via RTP over effectively random UDP ports - this makes it a major PITA to run SIP through NAT. (symptom - one-way audio or none at all) With IAX2 (udp 4569) it encapsulates everything over a single connection & port, making it a breeze to NAT. The Asterisk VOIP server software (duh) supports IAX, as do several soft- and hard-phone offerings, and several VOIP providers (like Teliax) directly support IAX. (and asterisk) Depending on audio codec, IAX can handle a single call in as little as 28kbps, two calls in 40kbps. I know I can achieve that over wifi without thinking about it, what I really want to test is whether I can push a call over my cellphone's unlimited GPRS/EDGE data service without undue trouble. (I run my own asterisk server and have a line with Teliax, so this would be really useful)
6 Jan 2007
I'm trying to cross-compile Kiax for r121 and have run into this stumbling block:
/data/pdaX86/opt/cross/arm/3.4.6-xscale-softvfp/bin/armv5tel-linux-g++ -c -pipe -Wall -W -O2 -fomit-frame-pointer -pipe -D_REENTRANT -DICONS_PATH=\"/usr/local/share/kiax/icons/\" -DI18N_DIRECTORY=\"/usr/local/share/kiax/i18n/\" -DQT_NO_DEBUG -DQT_THREAD_SUPPORT -I/data/pdaX86/opt/cross/arm/3.4.6-xscale-softvfp/armv5tel-cacko-linux/qt/mkspecs/default -I. -I../src -I../lib -I/data/pdaX86/opt/cross/arm/3.4.6-xscale-softvfp/armv5tel-cacko-linux/qt/include -I/usr/X11R6/include -o main.o main.cpp
/data/pdaX86/opt/cross/arm/3.4.6-xscale-softvfp/bin/../lib/gcc/armv5tel-cacko-linux/3.4.6/../../../../armv5tel-cacko-linux/bin/as: error while loading shared libraries: libopcodes-2.16.1.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
(/data/pdaX86 is an NFS share to my desktop, C860, and a pdaX86 vmware setup, from my server)
The only libopcodes within the cross-sdk tarfile is in opt/cross/arm/3.4.6-xscale-softvfp/i686-host-linux-gnu/armv5tel-cacko-linux/lib, which I presume is an x86 library?
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