SIP on Debian
peter at bluetoad.com.au
Wed Aug 20 00:57:06 CEST 2008
Russell Bryant wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 4:53 AM, Peter Schwenke <peter at bluetoad.com.au
> <mailto:peter at bluetoad.com.au>> wrote:
> The problem is with the audio. I can hear the ring for an incoming call
> using stereoout.state. Once the call is picked up I can hear the
> other end.
> Fiddling with alsa mixer I was able to get the other end to hear me from
> the phone speaker.
> Do you know what you did specifically to get mic input working? Did you
> happen to save off the state using alsactl? I've been fighting the same
> thing and would rather not duplicate the effort.
Unfortunately, I was too quick in restoring the stereo state and didn't
save it and thinking "hhmmm maybe I should have saved that - aggh - I'll
find it again.". I've been trying to replicate it but no luck.
I didn't get the input and output working together. For the mike I
think it was the capturehandset.state then I fluked something. I've
just been trying to replicate it. I thought it was slider under the
playback side of things (had right mic or something). The problem was I
was the excitement at getting the call up and then plugging/unplugging
the handset and trying different states etc.
Linphone is definitely better to try.
I don't think we'll get this working properly until we understand and
http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Neo_alsamixer (just found that).
So probably need to install a simple capture program and play around.
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