I am by no means a LINUX guru, most of the time I don't even know what I
am doing anyway.
In order to get Qtel working correctly, you'll always have to install
the server as I understand.
Dunno, what distro you are using, but think Ubuntu was mentioned.
If this is the case, the instruction on the Home page work fine. I have
installed the SVXLINK
including Qtel many times using those instructions to get both working,
although I use the
Server primarily. I have found that in some installation, don't ask why,
where other sound applications
are residing side by side, pretty much everything goes hay in terms of
Audio Quality and throughput.
On a Standard and clean Ubuntu 7.10 / 8.04 / 8.10? and 9.04
installation, the instructions on the home
page work flawless.
Cheers and 73
Peter N. Spotts wrote:
> On Sat, 13 Jun 2009 17:33:10 +0200
> Roland Schwarz <roland.schwarz@...> wrote:
>> Peter N. Spotts wrote:
>>> Thanks, Roland! And a real dumb question: Is Qtel itself part of
>>> that tarball? I've been installing it as a stand-alone.
>> There is no such think like dumb question ;-)
>> There is a subdirectory named qtel within. On my SVN checkout
>> it got compiled along everything else.
>> Hint: there is a recipie for compiling on the homepage.
>> 73 OE1RSA
> This is interesting. When executing make, the qtel section gives me the
> No such file or directory on depend/MainWindow.dpp. Yet in the untarred
> geezer, the file clearly exists under qtel/depend.
> here's what the message looks like:
> ../../makefile.inc:786: depend/TrxHandler.dpp: No such file or directory
> And that happens for a set of dpp files the makefile is looking for.
> They are there, but the file can't find them. Do I need to rummager
> around in makefile.inc for that like and see if there's a path error?