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Re: [Linphone-users] linphone 0.8.0 and alsa sound!

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] linphone 0.8.0 and alsa sound!
Date: 16 Jul 2002 20:58:21 +0200


Switching from linux kernel OSS drivers to ALSA drivers does not require
any change in linphone. The ALSA drivers are fully compatible with the
OSS protocol provided that you have the snd-pcm-oss and snd-mixer-oss
modules loaded (not only installed !).
The --enable-alsa is for linphone to use the sound device through the
alsa-lib-0.5 (not alsa-drivers). This option is deprecated since alsa
has deprecated its alsa-lib-0.5.
Let linphone work through the oss protocol, as default.


Le dim 14/07/2002 à 18:18, Walt Shekrota a écrit :
> what gives?
> I am using
> libosip 0.8.5
> linphone 0.8.0
> compiled on 2 systems
> SuSE 7.2 w/2.4.18 kernel 
> SuSE 8.0
> initially OSS sound was used and linphone appeared to work properly.
> On switching both these systems to alsa and yes it does work for gnome and 
> system. Also proper snd.... libs are in /lib/modules/2*/kernel/drivers.
> Now connections appear to work however sound is not. On enabling alsa in the 
> pref it delivers the message recompile with alsa support.
> I even tried that with '.config --enable-alsa' configuration. No luck with it.
> However your user documentation suggests that no compile is necessary and 
> switching from OSS to alsa requires nothing. The words are in the document.
> What is the solution to this? Anyone have any ideas?
> Thanks.
> -Walt
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