[sip-comm] Re: iPaQ sip-communicator and Linux


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Hello,

As I said, it'd be better to keep discussions of this kind on the
mailing list.

A Last question: We looked at the linux path for running a Jvm and JMF because we had the feeling that we would face problem to find a JVM+JMF running properly on pocket PC ... But perhaps you already experimented that and are ready to advise us a JVM�JMF on Pocket PC which support properly sip-communicator ?

I know that there are a couple of PPC impls out there but I have never
tried any of em.

Emil

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Thanks for this last question.

Cheers

Vincent PLANAT

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-----Original Message-----
From: Emil Ivov [mailto:emil_ivov@yahoo.com] Sent: February 17, 2005 5:02 AM
To: users@sip-communicator.dev.java.net
Cc: Vincent Planat
Subject: Re: iPaQ sip-communicator and Linux

Hello

My concern is not to do video for the moment. Only audio call.

Sorry, I was not clear. During our tests we were only able to show incoming video we were not able to capture or play audio neither capture video.

Again this is an experiment that we did with CDC RI. You will probably have better results with blackdown's 1.3

I'm also very interested by the Presence support of sip-communicator.

It is being developed

So if we restrict our use of sip-communicator to audio call, does it mean that we will still need to modify sip-communicator code (with blackdown's 1.3 JMF for example) ?

No. Changes that need to be made are caused by the fact that the sip-communicator is j2sdk1.4 and some code would need to be backported to 1.3. In my opinion though - these would only mean minor changes.

If u think that this might be an option for u, I advise u to first conduct some experiments with blackdown's jvm and JMF and see whether they work on the ipaq. If that is the case - then SIP Communicator would work as well.

Cheers
Emil

P.S. Please keep questions like these on the list so that others can also benefit from our discussion.

Thanks for your help

( +1 514 395 8824
Institut international des t�l�communications-Recherche (IIT-R)
800, de la Gaucheti�re Ouest, suite 6700
Montr�al Qc Canada H5A 1K6
vincent.planat@iitelecom.com
Fax: (514) 394-0023 www.iitelecom.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Emil Ivov [mailto:emil_ivov@yahoo.com] Sent: February 16, 2005 1:25 PM
To: Vincent Planat
Subject: Re: iPaQ sip-communicator and Linux

I did reply to ur message earlier today. Reply was sent to dev@sip-communicator.dev.java.net (are you a member ? )

here is its contents:

There is no publicly available version of the sip-communicator for the iPaQ. We were experimenting with the CDC RI but apart from showing an incoming video flow we couldn't do much more.

You could probably use blackdown's 1.3 version for arm but u'll have to probably modify some of the SIP Communicator code so that it becomes 1.3 compatible

hope this helps
emil

Vincent Planat wrote:

Sorry to bother you directly but I left a mail on the mailing list related to running sip-communicator on a iPaQ with linux (familiar 0.7). We are a research center in Telecom (Montreal) and are investigation the stability of sip-communicator on iPaQ for future research project

You did not answer to the question but the pdf you presented 6 month ago (published on the site) seems to show that you ran sip-communicator with such config.

What are your advises?

Which linux distrib did you used ?

Which Java JVM ?

Which JMF ?

Thanks for your support

Cheers

**Vincent PLANAT**

( +1 514 395 8824
Institut international des t�l�communications-Recherche (IIT-R)
800, de la Gaucheti�re Ouest, suite 6700
Montr�al Qc Canada H5A 1K6
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Fax: (514) 394-0023
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