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Re: [Linphone-users] typical delay (latency) time ?

From: Marc-Olivier Bernard
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] typical delay (latency) time ?
Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 18:53:52 +0200 (CEST)


So I tried the last linphone tarball (linphone-0.9.0 + libosip-0.8.8) and 
launched linphone with  the daemon option (i newbie to 
daemon). To end the daemon process, i just killed the process.

Then after launching linphone from a terminal, i get the following message 

address@hidden mob]$ linphone 
| INFO1 | <osipua.c: 59> Starting osip stack and osipua layer.

MediaStreamer-Message: Detected /dev/dsp - 
MediaStreamer-Message: Detected /dev/dsp0 - 
MediaStreamer-Message: Detected /dev/dsp1 - 
MediaStreamer-Message: Detected /dev/dsp2 - 
It seems linphone is already running as a daemon (pid=2108). I will wake 
up it...


and nothing more happen as the pid=2108 process no more exist. Did i stop 
the daemons in a not properly way ?


On 28 Aug 2002, Simon Morlat wrote:

> HI
> Le mar 27/08/2002 à 18:42, Marc-Olivier Bernard a écrit :
> > 
> > Hi,
> > 
> > 
> > Thanks, I will try as linphone-0.9.x as soon as i can find a redhat rpm 
> > package.
> ... I'm afraid there is a risk that you wait a long time... The person
> who usually makes the redhat rpms seems to be very busy those last
> months.
> > By the way, is the download page 
> > ( beeing  updated ? They are 
> > some null dates (01/01/1970) and some O kb packages.
> The webpage recently had lots of problems. I'm not the webmaster of the
> site, and unfortunately the webmaster is also very busy. I can't solve
> the problem myself. I don't know anything of php and I don't have all
> the the necessary permissions.
> Sorry for the disgracious page.
> Simon

Marc-Olivier BERNARD

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