[jitsi-users] No sound wiht USB-telephone receiver


#1

I have a fresh setup Ubuntu 10.10 and cannot find out, why I don't hear
anything with my USB-telephone receiver, when I get a SIP call for
sipgate. It works with linphone, so there should be no hardware error.

Any ideas?

BTW a similar telephone receiver works with another Ubuntu 10.10
machine and since the last update with Windows XP.

Al


#2

It looks like, it is not a system issue, but a question how jitsi is
coded.

While I had 1 Ubuntu 10.10 machine, which worked and another which
worked _not_ with my USB-telephone receiver, both do not work anymore
since 3376. This is frustrating, at least for users who do not know the
workaround with pavucontrol. What was new with pavucontrol, that I saw
now java-alsa. I don't remember this earlier, but I maybe it was there.
So I assume there was a change with audio coding.

So at the moment, my audio-configuration is for audio in/out, using
pavucontrol, while the ringtone works with the USB-setting.

It would be nice, that it is confirmed, that the code is under
progress with USB-audio. So I know, that it is not a problem with my
setup. I searched for days, why my USB-telephone receiver did not work
with 1 machine, now I found 3 machines, which needs to user pavucontrol.

I want to thank the coders, who are creating a great application and of
course, I understand, that a beta-version is under construction.

Al

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Am So, 20 Mär 2011 18:40:08 CET schrieb Al Bogner:

I have a fresh setup Ubuntu 10.10 and cannot find out, why I don't
hear anything with my USB-telephone receiver, when I get a SIP call
for sipgate. It works with linphone, so there should be no hardware
error.

Any ideas?

BTW a similar telephone receiver works with another Ubuntu 10.10
machine and since the last update with Windows XP.


#3

There are neither recent nor ongoing source code changes on audio whatsoever.

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On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 2:38 AM, Al Bogner <jitsi@ml102.pinguin.uni.cc> wrote:

It would be nice, that it is confirmed, that the code is under
progress with USB-audio.


#4

How do I unsubscribe from this list?

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-----Original Message-----

From: Al Bogner <jitsi@ml102.pinguin.uni.cc>

To: users <users@jitsi.java.net>
Sent: Sat, 26 Mar 2011 0:45
Subject: [jitsi-users] Re: No sound wiht USB-telephone receiver

Am So, 20 Mär 2011 18:40:08 CET schrieb Al Bogner:

I have a fresh setup Ubuntu 10.10 and cannot find out, why I don't

hear anything with my USB-telephone receiver, when I get a SIP call

for sipgate. It works with linphone, so there should be no hardware

error.

Any ideas?

BTW a similar telephone receiver works with another Ubuntu 10.10

machine and since the last update with Windows XP.

It looks like, it is not a system issue, but a question how jitsi is

coded.

While I had 1 Ubuntu 10.10 machine, which worked and another which

worked _not_ with my USB-telephone receiver, both do not work anymore

since 3376. This is frustrating, at least for users who do not know the

workaround with pavucontrol. What was new with pavucontrol, that I saw

now java-alsa. I don't remember this earlier, but I maybe it was there.

So I assume there was a change with audio coding.

So at the moment, my audio-configuration is for audio in/out, using

pavucontrol, while the ringtone works with the USB-setting.

It would be nice, that it is confirmed, that the code is under

progress with USB-audio. So I know, that it is not a problem with my

setup. I searched for days, why my USB-telephone receiver did not work

with 1 machine, now I found 3 machines, which needs to user pavucontrol.

I want to thank the coders, who are creating a great application and of

course, I understand, that a beta-version is under construction.

Al


#5

Please learn how to quote and don't hijack threads. To answer your
question, simply delete your email-address and use another one.

Al

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Am So, 03 Apr 2011 18:57:25 CEST schrieb Zak:

How do I unsubscribe from this list?


#6

Hey Zak,

I have just unsubscribed you. Ideally unsubscribe instructions should be
available in every mail. This was previously the case but is not
currently possible with java.net's latest version.

Until then instructions can be found here:

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Cheers,
Emil

На 04.04.11 01:57, Zak написа:

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-----Original Message-----
From: Al Bogner <jitsi@ml102.pinguin.uni.cc>
To: users <users@jitsi.java.net>
Sent: Sat, 26 Mar 2011 0:45
Subject: [jitsi-users] Re: No sound wiht USB-telephone receiver

Am So, 20 Mär 2011 18:40:08 CET schrieb Al Bogner:

I have a fresh setup Ubuntu 10.10 and cannot find out, why I don't

hear anything with my USB-telephone receiver, when I get a SIP call

for sipgate. It works with linphone, so there should be no hardware

error.

Any ideas?

BTW a similar telephone receiver works with another Ubuntu 10.10

machine and since the last update with Windows XP.

It looks like, it is not a system issue, but a question how jitsi is

coded.

While I had 1 Ubuntu 10.10 machine, which worked and another which

worked _not_ with my USB-telephone receiver, both do not work anymore

since 3376. This is frustrating, at least for users who do not know the

workaround with pavucontrol. What was new with pavucontrol, that I saw

now java-alsa. I don't remember this earlier, but I maybe it was there.

So I assume there was a change with audio coding.

So at the moment, my audio-configuration is for audio in/out, using

pavucontrol, while the ringtone works with the USB-setting.

It would be nice, that it is confirmed, that the code is under

progress with USB-audio. So I know, that it is not a problem with my

setup. I searched for days, why my USB-telephone receiver did not work

with 1 machine, now I found 3 machines, which needs to user pavucontrol.

I want to thank the coders, who are creating a great application and of

course, I understand, that a beta-version is under construction.

Al

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