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Re: KPhone audio

On Fri, 2 Jul 2004 11:14:28 +0100
"Guest, Simon" <simon.guest@roke.co.uk> wrote:

> On Thursday 01 Jul 2004 00:58, Jeff Coppock wrote:
> > I'm trying to get KPhone to work on my system.  The problem is that
> > I can hear the person I called, but they can't hear me.  Linphone
> > works perfectly, so I believe the problem is in KPhone.  I've been
> > googling and I haven't found anything yet that can help me.
> I'm using KPhone from sid, version 1:4.0.2-1, with Debian stock kernel
> 2.6.5-1-686.  It works fine.
> You may need ALSA rather than OSS sound drivers if you're using a 2.4
> kernel.  (At least, I did;  maybe because I was using integrated sound
> on the motherboard, rather than some more capable sound card.  Anyway,
> OSS didn't support full duplex on my hardware.)

I'm already running ALSA rather than OSS sound drivers.  I updated to
the unstable KPhone and I'm having the same results.  I've tried messing
around with the Arts config, but it appears that KPhone goes directly to
the sound device since I get the same results whether Arts is running or

I've tried different codecs and changing the symetric signalling
settings, but nothing has helped.

It's strange to me, I call my cellphone to test it and when I speak into
the cellphone, I hear my voice on the PC headset.  And, when I speak
into the PC headset, I hear my voice on the PC headset.

The really strange thing is that it works using LinPhone.  But I want to
use Kphone since I like the interface better, and Kphone successfully
registers with my companies SIP Proxy server where LinPhone can't due to
message 484 (Address Incomplete).


Jeff Coppock		Systems Engineer
Diggin' Debian		Admin and User

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