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 To :  "Arkadi Shishlov" <arkadi.shishlov@g...>
 From :  "Nik Pakar" <nikpakar@g...>
 Subject :  Re: [yate] G.729 codec for Yate based on Intel IPP
 Date :  Thu, 8 Jan 2009 00:41:49 +0530
Hi Arkadi,

I have download and installed IPP sucessfully.

But i seems cant compile the code. I ran the build.sh with modification for
the yate2 path. Giving error saying gcc build command not found.

But i can sucessfully compile yate on the same system. Its a centos 5.2

Can you please give me some help.

Many thanks in advance.

Rgds
Nik

On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 7:50 PM, Arkadi Shishlov
wrote:

> Raffaele P. Guidi wrote:
>
>> I guess patent holders should be happy that you built and distributed
>> a product that helps them have revenues with no effort or cost on
>> their side. I think they should be stimulated to make a donation ;)
>>
>
> The patent business is not driven by common sense or anything alike.
>
>  Who are they? Also a side question - is g729 really better than speex
>>
>
> sipro.com
>
>  or other open source algorithms?
>>
>
> Probably not, but its device/ATA support that drives a need for
> G.729/723.1.
>



Hi Arkadi,

I have download and installed IPP sucessfully.

But i seems cant compile the code. I ran the build.sh with modification for the yate2 path. Giving error saying gcc build command not found.

But i can sucessfully compile yate on the same system. Its a centos 5.2

Can you please give me some help.

Many thanks in advance.

Rgds
Nik

On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 7:50 PM, Arkadi Shishlov <arkadi.shishlov@g...> wrote:
Raffaele P. Guidi wrote:
I guess patent holders should be happy that you built and distributed
a product that helps them have revenues with no effort or cost on
their side. I think they should be stimulated to make a donation ;)

The patent business is not driven by common sense or anything alike.


Who are they? Also a side question - is g729 really better than speex

sipro.com


or other open source algorithms?

Probably not, but its device/ATA support that drives a need for G.729/723.1.