i got yate to compile and run on raspberry pi and works well but now im stuck at g729 codecs for it because without that i guess anything relating to audio which gets converted from g729 to slin or other way round wont work, including confrence, voicemail, call record and the g729 codecs available r for intel cpus using the intel ipp library.
any idea how i can get over this, i found there r some slower codecs called bcg729 and one more on google code that says g729 for ARM but the problem is these codecs need to be converted to yate modules and the current module creater is also broken and wont compile so is it ever possible to get g729 to work atleast for development and educational purpose on any machine other than linux using intel cpus?
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Subject: Re: [yate] compiled binary for raspberry pi?
From: Nik Pakar <nikpakar@g...>
To: Bipin Patel <bipin@x...>
Date: Wednesday, 26 November, 2014 1:38:23 PM