b...@netspeed.com.au wrote: > Eugen, >>> Also I have changed gconf-editor to listen on port 5066, but it >>> seems to be being ignored. The net result is that ekiga registers, >>> but only the first time, subsequent reregisters fail >> Have you restarted ekiga? >> > Yes I have. I have tested it a few times now. > I can get 1 call out but then no other calls work. > I am assuming that gconf is still being used by ekiga. > > >>> I then go into edit accounts and untick the box, when I retick it >>> ekiga crashes. >> This is probably https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=593071. >> Now, it does not crashes, it just does not register, so it is >> partially fixed. > Had a look at the bug and I am left with the impression that > registration is still a problem. > As I said in my case the first registration works but all subsequent > ones fail. > So am I right in saying that ekiga still uses the data from gconf > > >>> I know 3.2.6 is out but I have not found a version for suse yet. >>> >>> So would you like me to do something about the crash, is it a known >>> problem or should I just try and get 3.2.6 >>> > Ok, I took a punt and downloaded the latest version. > As per usual I am having all sorts of problems trying to do the > compiles. > Will let you know how I go.
Just look at http://wiki.ekiga.org/index.php/Compiling_Ekiga. -- Eugen _______________________________________________ ekiga-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/ekiga-list