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 From :  Bipin Patel <bipin@x...>
 Subject :  Re: [yate] compiled binary for raspberry pi?
 Date :  Tue, 23 Dec 2014 16:20:27 +0400
actually i contacted qodec ppl and their codec isnt compiled for ARM so even if i want to pay and buy codecs it isnt possible and there seems to be no straight way to buy codecs and plug into yate and get it working unless ur an experienced developer and that too forget ARM, its the same situation with linux and windows and i guess this question about codecs has been already ignored multiple times in the past and i think yate team needs to think over this a little so everyone can benefit more from this softswitch or atleast sell their own codec solution which can work out of the box.



Regards,
Bipin



-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [yate] compiled binary for raspberry pi?
From: paul@i...
To: Bipin Patel <bipin@x...>
Date: Tuesday, 23 December, 2014 4:11:08 PM
Yate support group has been slow since November, don't know why...

Paul M. Mathebula, sent from Blackberry Q10 smartphone.
From: Bipin Patel
Sent: Tuesday 23 December 2014 14:06
Cc: yate-list
Subject: Re: [yate] compiled binary for raspberry pi?

no1 with a solution?


Regards,
Bipin



-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [yate] compiled binary for raspberry pi?
From: Bipin Patel <bipin@x...>
To: yate-list <yate@v...>
Date: Monday, 22 December, 2014 4:07:44 PM
hi,

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?


Regards,
Bipin



-------- Original Message --------
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
Hi Bipin, why u need those modules if u cant even recognize them. ssl, zapt and some codec have dependencies. U ll need to install them in order to get them compiled. but on raspberry pi u are not going install a card to have zaptel module :)

List down all minimum required modules and get them up and running.

cheers.
nik

On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 3:02 PM, Bipin Patel <bipin@x...> wrote:
hi,

some of the modules that said no were ssl, zapt, few codecs, i dont remember the actual list


Regards,
Bipin



-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [yate] compiled binary for raspberry pi?
From: Balwinder S Dheeman <bdheeman@g...>
To: Bipin Patel <bipin@x...>
Date: Wednesday, 26 November, 2014 1:08:42 PM

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

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Regards,
Bipin