bricode wrote:
> All,
> After reading through many postings and becoming increasingly  
> frustrated, I buckled down and found a way to get the command line  
> linphone working on OE based distros (tested on Qtopia, but should  
> work on 200x.x and others). Ideally this could be interfaced with the  
> dialer somehow.
> Initial testing of this had the audio routed properly through the  
> earpiece and good audio from the microphone. There was some echo on  
> the non-Freerunner side, and on initial connection, a bit of a beeping  
> sound. Otherwise, it's a go. Linphone uses only about 10-12% CPU (was  
> using a PCM codec). Sound was decent to a cell phone in Canada using a  
> Wifi connected Freerunner based in Costa Rica.
> Here is a quick and dirty how-to. Enhancements can be made to both the  
> voip-handset.state and asound.conf files (these were my initial  
> working scripts). Thanks to Celtune for the excellent repository that  
> is used below.
> Regards,
> Brian Code
> Koolu
> echo "src/gz celtune"; >/etc/ 
> opkg/general-feed.conf
> opkg update
> opkg install libmediastreamer0
> opkg -nodeps install linphone
> opkg -nodeps install liblinphone2 linphonec linphone-rings
> opkg install libexosip2
> cd /etc/
> wget
> wget
> alsactl -f voip-handset.state restore (This step required to set  
> proper audio parameters).
> linphonec
> soundcard use 0
> proxy add
> Enter proxy sip address:
> Your identity for this proxy:
> Do you want to register on this proxy (yes/no): yes
> Specify register expiration time in seconds (default is 600):
> Expiration: 600 seconds or so
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I wanted to tryout linphone on my Neo but there seems to be a dead link. 
Does anyone know why is down?
Did anyone keep a copy of those ipks?


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