Al Johnson wrote:
> On Friday 20 March 2009, yacine wrote:
>> Al Johnson wrote:
>> > On Thursday 19 March 2009, yacine wrote:
>> >> bytestore wrote:
>> >> > open in browser http://rabenfrost.net/celtune/ipk/armv4t
>> >> >
>> >> > This Account Has Been Suspended
>> >> > Please contact the support department as soon as possible, and
>> >> > have your site name ready.
>> >> Any other place to download the ipk for linphone?
>> > I have some somewhere, but I won't be able to track them down and
>> > them
>> > before tomorrow. I think I should have 1.6 for 2007.2 and 2.2 for FSO.
>> > I want to check out the new 3.1.0 release as it has a daemon mode that
>> > may make external control easier.
>> That would be great!
>> When you mentioned the new release do you mean you're going to port the
>> original client to OM?
> I think I got all the deps that aren't in the main repos, but may have
> some. Looks like faulty memory about the 2.x version - these 1.6 but
> the patch to allow external control by yeaphone etc. There is no gui IIRC,
> you'll be using linphonec.
> The binaries can be built by following the standard SHR build
> cd shr-testing
> . setup-env
> bitbake linphone
> As for the new version, I want to try it first. The daemon mode was
> in the release email, but I haven't seen exactly what it does. If it looks
> nice I'll try to make a bitbake recipe, but it'll be my first for an app.
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Thank you for taking time to do this. From what you have said I guess I have
to put SHR.
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