[jitsi-users] Jitsi on the N900?


#1

Hey!

Since java is running on the N900 ( http://wiki.maemo.org/Java ) and the
rest of the system should be similar to any linux desktop, it should
totally be possible to run jitsi right?
Are there experimental ARM builds? or instructions on how to cross compile?

thanks,

  martin

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#2

Hi Martin,

Le 15/06/11 13:38, Martin Kepplinger a �crit :

Hey!

Since java is running on the N900 ( http://wiki.maemo.org/Java ) and the
rest of the system should be similar to any linux desktop, it should
totally be possible to run jitsi right?

Jitsi uses some native libraries (for audio/video codecs, audio/video capture device, ...) so you need them (i.e. having an ARM version of these libs) to fully use Jitsi. Without them you cannot do audio/video calls but IM should work.

Are there experimental ARM builds? or instructions on how to cross compile?

No we don't provide ARM builds yet. All instructions to compile the native libs are in their respective directory (see in src/native/).

Regards,

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thanks,

  martin


#3

yes, I see. Since zrtp was the reason I thought about that, it'd probaby
make more sense to get zfone running on the N900. People talk about it
(http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=47906 ) but I don't see real
answers. I'll ask around and hope I can try that somehow.

  martin

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Am 15.06.2011 13:46, schrieb Sebastien Vincent:

Hi Martin,

Le 15/06/11 13:38, Martin Kepplinger a �crit :

Hey!

Since java is running on the N900 ( http://wiki.maemo.org/Java ) and the
rest of the system should be similar to any linux desktop, it should
totally be possible to run jitsi right?

Jitsi uses some native libraries (for audio/video codecs, audio/video
capture device, ...) so you need them (i.e. having an ARM version of
these libs) to fully use Jitsi. Without them you cannot do audio/video
calls but IM should work.

Are there experimental ARM builds? or instructions on how to cross
compile?

No we don't provide ARM builds yet. All instructions to compile the
native libs are in their respective directory (see in src/native/).

Regards,
--
Seb

thanks,

    martin

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