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Re: [Linphone-users] ALSA support compiled but not used

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] ALSA support compiled but not used
Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2005 23:37:50 +0200
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Do you use the gnome interface or console interface ?
If using gnome interface, you have to select the alsa device from the combo 
box in the configuration box, if using the console interface, you have to set

dev_id=X in the [sound] section of the config file (~/.linphonec)

where X is the index of the audio device: linphone first scans oss devices, 
then alsa devices, then jack devices (if jack support is compiled).

Removing the dev_id line makes linphone default automatically to the first 
alsa device it finds.

I hope it helps.


Le Jeudi 18 Août 2005 14:02, Marcel Karras a écrit :
> Hello,
> I'm trying to use ALSA (no OSS-emulation or comparable) with linphonec
> and sipomatic and compiled it with alsa support. Whenever I start either
> there are complains about a missing /dev/dsp device. Okay, that should
> not
> matter but neither app tries to go further in order to use /dev/snd/*.
> Is this a known problem?
> Here are some specs of my current target:
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> ALSA: 1.0.8rc2 (AMD Au1000-AC97 ALSA Driver)
> Kernel: 2.6.11-rc1
> Target OS: MIPS 32
> Linphone: 1.0.1 with alsa-support
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Don't be afrain of the architecture - all works well except linphones
> alsa. I can also use aplay to play sounds with alsa-support and it works.
> In order to provide further information I appended a trace of linphonec
> and sipomatic so that you can follow each step it makes. Perhaps you can
> help me solving these problems.
> Greetings from germany
> - Marcel

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