Hello to all
I have successfully been working with SIP-Communicator for some time,
but always on Windows.
I'm trying to run it on Linux now but I always get that message saying
that it can not be installed because it can't find the alsa-oss.
But documentation on alsa says that all kernels after 2.6.xxx have alsa
included, and I have tried my installations on fedora 9, and red hat
Enterprise Server 4, which have the more recent kernels.
My HW is a HP xw4300 Desktop workstation.
So my questions are:
Which Linux Distribution do you have successfully used and recommend?
Does it come with the alsa-oss ?
Best Regards and thanks
From: Patricia Marreau [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: sexta-feira, 6 de Junho de 2008 10:36
Subject: [sip-comm-dev] Problem to launch SIP Communicator
I installed sip-communicator-1.0-alpha3-nightly.build.1139.exe in JRE
When I launch it, a windows appears displaying different loading:
Contact List Services Interfaces, ICQ Protocol Provider, SSH ... until
The windows disappears and nothing else.
In my opinion, sip-communicator doesn't run because the servers are not
found, isn't it ?
How to configure the loading before launching SIP Communicator ?