[jitsi-users] oops..


#1

Hi all,

Last couple of days I've been very glad with the 2.0 release.

Until yesterday, I could run all my tests without any problem.
Unfortunately someone thought it a good idea to update both my Ubuntu-12.04 and my Ubuntu-12.10 system.

Since then my working jitsi-2.0 version on both system fails.
As I used the deb-version (without the pre-linked java), I presume java is to blame.

All I see, when trying to set-up a call is:
"Remote party sent a faulty session description."

I had a look at the log files and could detect several "severe's ",
But I cannot determine the root cause.

So, should I:
a) wait for the upcoming 2.2-version
b) re-install the "bin" version (with java) instead of the ".deb" version
c) nuke, and completely re-install..

Hans

jitsi0.log.0 (8.06 KB)

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#2

Hi,

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On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 2:00 PM, <J.Witvliet@mindef.nl> wrote:

Hi all,

Last couple of days I've been very glad with the 2.0 release.

Until yesterday, I could run all my tests without any problem.
Unfortunately someone thought it a good idea to update both my
Ubuntu-12.04 and my Ubuntu-12.10 system.

Since then my working jitsi-2.0 version on both system fails.
As I used the deb-version (without the pre-linked java), I presume java is
to blame.

All I see, when trying to set-up a call is:
"Remote party sent a faulty session description."

I have no clue how this could be caused by a system update, but...
Do you have a "net.java.sip.communicator.impl.neomedia.video.maxbandwidth"
property set in .jitsi/sip-communicator.properties? Setting this to over
1000 will cause the exceptions in the logs.

Regards,
Boris