voip on Debian

"Marco Trevisan (Treviño)" mail at 3v1n0.net
Fri Oct 3 17:19:03 CEST 2008

Alastair Johnson ha scritto:
> Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote:
>> Alastair Johnson wrote:
>>> Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote:
>>>> TL Mieszkowski wrote:
>>>>> alsactl -f /usr/share/openmoko/scenarios/voip-handset.state restore
>>>> About this, using this alsa control file, can you get the caller voice
>>>> only in the earpiece?
>>>> If I use it in a Om2008 I get the voice both in the earpiece and in the
>>>> main speaker!
>>> This will do as you say since control.3 is for the headset/speaker, and 
>>> control.4 for the handset earpiece. I don't know if this is the result 
>>> of someone committing an old file or what.
>> Ok, the problem is that if I invert the values I heard voice in the
>> earpiece, but I continue hearing it also in the main speaker!
>> It's really annoying! :|
> I'm surprised unless it's a small amount of bleedthrough. Setting both 
> channels of control.3 to 0 should silence it. This should silence the 
> speaker entirely:
>          control.94 {
>                  comment.access 'read write'
>                  comment.type BOOLEAN
>                  comment.count 1
>                  iface MIXER
>                  name 'Amp Spk Switch'
>                  value false
>          }
>> Anyone got it working correctly? In this situation VoIP is not usable... :(
> See:
> 	http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Linphone
> This points to http://www.koolu.org/voip-handset.state which I have used 
> successfully with the CLI version of linphone compiled using 
> mokomakefile a while back. FDOM currently has a more recent linphone 
> with GUI and presumably a working voip-handset.state too.

Thanks. Now it finally work. I had already tried that state file from
koolu but I wasn't able to make it work! :o
After the edit you suggested me the incoming audio works well. I'm using
linphone 2.1.1 with a gui too, I compiled it long time ago, but I always
had this kind of problem!

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