[jitsi-users] Jitsi for MeeGo Netbook


#1

Hi!

I'll want to run Jitsi on my MeeGo Netbook. I don't have it yet, but in
order to prepare:

- Could the rpm package work for meego? Any experience? What are its
dependencies?

- In case I'll have to build from source (using ant): Does the tarball
include and build all native libraries / dependencies as well?

thanks!

  martin

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#2

Hi Martin,

Le 06/07/11 15:56, Martin Kepplinger a �crit :

Hi!

I'll want to run Jitsi on my MeeGo Netbook. I don't have it yet, but in
order to prepare:

- Could the rpm package work for meego? Any experience? What are its
dependencies?

I think it can work but as I personally don't have Meego-based device, I am not sure.
The dependencies should be just the SUN/Oracle JRE.

- In case I'll have to build from source (using ant): Does the tarball
include and build all native libraries / dependencies as well?

Yes, you will just need to do an "ant rebuild" then "ant run".

thanks!

  martin

Regards,

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#3

Just for the record, I got my Netbook (an emachines em350) and jitsi
kind of worked but mainly how meego handles java _and_ screen real
estate (and also alsa-accassibility in the case of my netbook) made it
practically unusable. The rpm package worked using --nodeps but audio
calls didn't, just because I couldn't figure out how to activate the mic.

I switched to xubuntu and so far jitsi is kicking like it does on my
debian PC.

  martin

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Am 2011-07-06 16:04, schrieb Sebastien Vincent:

Hi Martin,

Le 06/07/11 15:56, Martin Kepplinger a �crit :

Hi!

I'll want to run Jitsi on my MeeGo Netbook. I don't have it yet, but in
order to prepare:

- Could the rpm package work for meego? Any experience? What are its
dependencies?

I think it can work but as I personally don't have Meego-based device, I
am not sure.
The dependencies should be just the SUN/Oracle JRE.

- In case I'll have to build from source (using ant): Does the tarball
include and build all native libraries / dependencies as well?

Yes, you will just need to do an "ant rebuild" then "ant run".

thanks!

    martin

Regards,
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Seb