On Wednesday 19 November 2003 23.06, Aleksandar Ilic wrote:
> I'm totally confused now. With your patch I still have audio output but I
> can't transmit. And there aren't ANY messages about TRIGGER, not in program
> window, neither in console where qtel is started.
Hmmm... I can think of some reasons for this:
* You didn't do a "make install" this time (but did it before) => the old libs
are used. Do "make install" or set the environment variable LD_LIBRARY_PATH
to point to the svxlink lib-directory. Check which libraries are used using
the "ldd" utility on the qtel binary.
* You didn't get the patch applied correctly. There should for example be a
line in AsyncAudioIO.cpp: printf("The sound device do have TRIGGER
* You didn't compile everything from scratch (make realclean && make).
Shouldn't be needed but you never know...
* You are running the wrong binary (probably not ;-)
> This morning I sent both tarball and my patched source to Brane (YZ1SO) who
> have Mandrake. That is, OSS instead of ALSA here, and standard (CMI?)
> soundcard instead of integrated nVidia AC97 here. I asked him to try both
> sources. This evening we talked on 2m and I realized that in his Mandrake
> even environment variables KDEDIR and QTDIR aren't set at all. Of course,
> he couldn't compile qtel. After hard "remote" hacking, I asked him to
> download rpm from Sourceforge. Also, I prepared my patched version, with (I
> hope) all needed libraries, for checking out. So, it will be more news from
> my side very soon.
Not unexpected that there would be problems making Qtel run on different
distributions. I don't think KDEDIR is needed so it should be ok for it to be
unset. Was it possible to set up QTDIR to a value that worked ?
> Oh, btw; I played with "my working version" and even tried to connect to
> myself - I hear my voice, with echo. One signal directly through soundcard,
> and gsm processed one with some 100-200 ms delay. It is proof of
> full-duplex, isn't it?
Heh, never tried this stunt :-) It sounds like you have full duplex, yes.
What happens in half-duplex mode when the PTT is pressed and you have
incoming audio is that the incoming audio will be muted. The RX indicator
will continue to be green. Could you check the CPU usage of qtel with "top"
using your full duplex version. Mine is 90% in full duplex mode but very low
in half-duplex mode. Strange...