[sip-comm-dev] JMF and linux


#1

Hi (especially Jean)

Is there any chance that the source for the linux device/alsa code can be placed in CVS. Ubuntu will have bluetooth headset support for alsa bundled with the next version (7.1) and I'd really like to see if I can make any progress with it.

Thanks and cheers

Nick

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#2

Hi Nick,

I have just committed the source code for alsa direct access in the SC tree. You can find it under src/native/linux/libjmf_alsa. The device used for access is currently hard coded but this should change in the future. Meanwhile, you can change the number in the C file and recompile the library. Also the Makefile is somewhat dirty, I mean it is specific to my debian system, but should be easy to modify.

Feel free to post a message if you have questions / comments.

Cheers,
Jean

buzz lightyear wrote:

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Hi (especially Jean)

Is there any chance that the source for the linux device/alsa code can be placed in CVS. Ubuntu will have bluetooth headset support for alsa bundled with the next version (7.1) and I'd really like to see if I can make any progress with it.

Thanks and cheers

Nick

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#3

Great - thanks for doing this. Once Ubuntu 7.1 becomes stable I'll find time to play around with this and get it working with bluetooth devices, then post back the code

Thanks again

NIck

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From: Jean Lorchat <lorchat@sfc.wide.ad.jp>
Reply-To: dev@sip-communicator.dev.java.net
To: dev@sip-communicator.dev.java.net
Subject: Re: [sip-comm-dev] JMF and linux
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2007 11:58:28 +0900

Hi Nick,

I have just committed the source code for alsa direct access in the SC tree. You can find it under src/native/linux/libjmf_alsa. The device used for access is currently hard coded but this should change in the future. Meanwhile, you can change the number in the C file and recompile the library. Also the Makefile is somewhat dirty, I mean it is specific to my debian system, but should be easy to modify.

Feel free to post a message if you have questions / comments.

Cheers,
Jean

buzz lightyear wrote:

Hi (especially Jean)

Is there any chance that the source for the linux device/alsa code can be placed in CVS. Ubuntu will have bluetooth headset support for alsa bundled with the next version (7.1) and I'd really like to see if I can make any progress with it.

Thanks and cheers

Nick

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