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 To :  Bipin Patel <bipin@x...>
 From :  Balwinder S Dheeman <bdheeman@g...>
 Subject :  Re: [yate] compiled binary for raspberry pi?
 Date :  Wed, 26 Nov 2014 14:38:42 +0530
Most of the optional modules might have something as a dependency, so you
also need to either install that before you run configure for Yate.

BTW, you didn't mention which module are you missing and why you need the
same ;-)
On Nov 26, 2014 2:27 PM, "Bipin Patel"  wrote:

>  hi,
>
> are there any compiled binary files for yate on raspberry pi (debian).
>
> i followed the guide and compiled from source but there r some optional
> modules which i want to compile but the guide doesnt mention how to add
> them and with almost negligible knowledge of linux im sort of stuck on how
> to add them, the guide says
> "Look at the configure output and check that all features you need are
> detected. If not, install what is missing."
>
> i want to compile yate with almost all modules, even optional ones, any
> help is greatly appreciated
>
>  --
> Regards,
> Bipin
>
>
> ------------------------------
>



Most of the optional modules might have something as a dependency, so you also need to either install that before you run configure for Yate.

BTW, you didn't mention which module are you missing and why you need the same ;-)

On Nov 26, 2014 2:27 PM, "Bipin Patel" <bipin@x...> wrote:
hi,

are there any compiled binary files for yate on raspberry pi (debian).

i followed the guide and compiled from source but there r some optional modules which i want to compile but the guide doesnt mention how to add them and with almost negligible knowledge of linux im sort of stuck on how to add them, the guide says
"Look at the configure output and check that all features you need are detected. If not, install what is missing."

i want to compile yate with almost all modules, even optional ones, any help is greatly appreciated

--
Regards,
Bipin