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 To :  Albert Attia <albert@t...>
 From :  Diana Cionoiu <diana-liste@v...>
 Subject :  Re: [yate] Problem compiling Yate
 Date :  Sun, 14 Jan 2007 06:02:49 +0200
Hello Albert,

We quited the support for that openh323, because the API had changed, 
and it had a few security issues.

Diana Cionoiu

Albert Attia wrote:

> Hello
>
> We are trying to compile YATE under CentOS 4.3 i386 machine.
>
> We have a problem when running ./Configure , the compiler never finds 
> PwLib libray, we have downloaded openh323 using yum
>
> Yum install openh323 and it have downloaded both openh323 and Pwlib 
> however it still does not find pwlib, we have tried the following 
> conmmands with no success:
>
> ./configure --with-pwlib=/usr/local --with-openh323=/usr/local
>
> ./configure --with-pwlib=/usr/lib --with-openh323=/usr/lib
>
> Pwlib is never found even though we have installed it using yum, with 
> yum we get the following versions of the files:
>
> __________________________________________________________________________________________
>
> Dependencies Resolved
>
> =============================================================================
>
> Package Arch Version Repository Size
>
> =============================================================================
>
> Removing:
>
> pwlib i386 1.6.5-11 installed 2.9 M
>
> Removing for dependencies:
>
> openh323 i386 1.13.4-7 installed 8.8 M
>
> ________________________________________________________________________________________________
>
> Are these versions too old? Is this why it does not find it? I cannot 
> download the latest version and compile since when I try to compile 
> openh323 I get a “not enough virtual memory message” I cannot increase 
> swap space since I am on a hosted VPS.
>
> Is there anyway I can make this work by someone sending me the 
> following files compiled for CentOs 4.3 i386 architecture?
>
> H323chan.yate
>
> The pwlib modules
>
> The openh323 modules
>
> If I manually copy this files to their proper directories will it work?
>
> Let me know what my best option is,
>
> Regards,
>
> Albert
>