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Re: [Linphone-users] Linphone on TI OMAP - Sound issues

From: Adam Ward
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] Linphone on TI OMAP - Sound issues
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2006 17:52:00 +0000 (GMT)

I was just browsing the mailing list online archive and saw that I had had this 
very same problem. 
If I recall correctly, I had to create 
/root/armbuild/lib/linphone/plugins/mediastreamer and copy all the executables 
(i.e. mediastream, mstest, ring_test, test_alaw, test_gsm... etc, though I 
suspect only the first is used) from the mediastreamer subdirectory after 
building linphone. 
 I guess there's an ommision in the install process - or we both missed a step? 
 I'm using 1.2.0 on a PXA270 board by the way.
 I wonder if there's a way to make it use /usr/lib/linphone/etc on the device, 
instead of being stuck with the build system prefix...
>The cannot open directory warning is not a problem. 
>The sound problem may be due to sound driver issue, or codec issue. 
>Try with different codecs to investigate. 
>Le Lundi 27 Février 2006 11:18, address@hidden a écrit : 
>> Hello All 
>> I am compiling linphone-1.1.0 for ARM (OMAP1510).  I have succeded in 
>> compiling without an error.  Now when I run the 'linphonec' I am getting 
>> the following warning ("Cannot open directory 
>> /root/armbuild/lib/linphone/plugins/mediastreamer: 
>>  No such file or directory").  There after if I make a call the speaker 
>> gives just noise, no legible sound. I have observed that the SIP messages 
>> are going properly, only some problem with the sound.  I have put as an 
>> attachment the ouput logfile with linphonec -d 6 option.  Below is the 
>> screen dump of the warning I am getting while linphone is run. 
>> Thanks in advance 
>> Prakash 
>> linphonec> Message:Found /dev/dsp. 
>> Warning:Cannot open directory 
>> /root/armbuild/lib/linphone/plugins/mediastreamer: No such file or 
>> directory 
>> Warning:dsp block size set to 8192. 
>> Warning:dsp block size set to 8192. 
>> Message:Adding new codec PCMU/8000 
>> Message:Adding new codec GSM/8000 
>> Messa'Message:Found /dev/dsp.' : Cannot understand this. 
>> linphonec> ge:Adding new codec PCMA/8000 
>> Message:Adding new codec speex/8000 
>> Message:Adding new codec speex/16000 
>> Message:Adding new codec 1015/8000 
>> Ready. 
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