Trying to get support for some Neo setup problems...
jdowdster at gmail.com
Fri Dec 19 15:44:22 CET 2008
2.1.1 it appears. And since I have never used gnome (I'm a KDE guy), I
had not thought of checking the gnome resource directory. I'll modify
it and see if that gets it working.
Since you seem to be in an informative mood I have one more question
(for now.. lol). The array of Icon's displayed by the GUI (I guess I'm
using illume/enlightenment GUI) only shows a blank box for the
linphone icon. I can see that it installed various "png" files to use.
Any ideas what I should look at as to why its not displaying the
proper icon file?
Thanks for all your help Al.
On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 9:36 AM, Al Johnson
<openmoko at mazikeen.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> Which version are you running? It used to be ~/.linphonerc for CLI and
> ~/.gnome2/linphone for GUI in 1.6 and 1.7, and probably 2.x too.
> On Friday 19 December 2008, john dowd wrote:
>> But where does it go? Right now, the linphone application is using the
>> username for the "user account" of the registration. In the
>> configuration files of the cli version its set correctly.
>> I tried to run "strace" on the GUI version to watch and see when it
>> tried to open a configuration file but no joy. Didn't seem to even
>> On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 8:56 AM, Al Johnson
>> <openmoko at mazikeen.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>> > The structure of the config files for the linphone CLI and GUI are the
>> > same, so you should be able to take the working one for the CLI and copy
>> > it over the GUI one. At the very least you should be able to copy the
>> > registration details from one and paste it into the other.
>> > On Friday 19 December 2008, john dowd wrote:
>> >> Thanks for the response guys, I appreciate the help.
>> >> I was able to get the linphone application installed manually (package
>> >> by package) onto the Neo. It even works to a point. I've only managed
>> >> to get the command line version to work. So (this is funny), in order
>> >> to place a SIP phone call from my Neo, I have to ssh into it from my
>> >> laptop and then using the command line "linphonec" application, I can
>> >> then actually register with the PBX and place a call. As a demo, this
>> >> is really going to suck.
>> >> I can't seem to configure the GUI version to use the appropriate
>> >> settings to register with the PBX. I'll have a look at the source code
>> >> (if I can find it) and if it's a dead end, I'll pull apart the twinkle
>> >> debian package and try to install it. Any further advice would be
>> >> appreciated.
>> >> Cheers!!
>> >> On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 3:00 AM, Timo Juhani Lindfors
>> >> <timo.lindfors at iki.fi> wrote:
>> >> > "Robin Paulson" <robin.paulson at gmail.com> writes:
>> >> >> extrapolating this point further, would it be possible to (manually)
>> >> >> install apt and related tools to an om2008.9 system, and get access
>> >> >> to the debian archives directly?
>> >> >
>> >> > Chroot is the easiest way to do that. Surely it will waste extra 200M
>> >> > of space but SD cards are cheap.
>> >> >
>> >> >
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