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Re: [Linphone-developers] daemonizing the telephone

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] daemonizing the telephone
Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2005 10:20:02 +0100
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Interesting work !
Of course I'd like to accept your patches.
I suggest that you simply add a --daemon to linphonec to activate your unix 
socket. Unless --daemon is set then the usual behaviour occurs.
Now the problem: 
linphone is very close to a new 1.0.0 release. I've made little changes in 
linphonec to add new commands to enter proxy settings.  Can I ask you to try 
to make the little changes to your patch so that it can apply on the 1.0.0 
release ?
You can find lastest tar.gz of prereleases of 1.0.0 at
Thanks a lot

Le Mercredi 5 Janvier 2005 14:45, Ard van Breemen a écrit :
> Hi,
> I have a working implementation of linphone which is started as a
> kind of daemon (from inittab that is).
> I've hacked the console version (of the stable release) to listen
> to ipc using unix sockets (own implementation).
> All kind of applications can connect to that socket and send
> commands. One such application is a UI which is going to be used
> in a call-center.
> What I want to know is: should I clean up the patches and make
> some options so that the console version will be multifunctional,
> or should I start a separate tree next-to console? (I assume all
> my patches will be more or less accepted 8-D ).
> Rationale behind this: linphone (actually it was another program
> that I wrote, but finally ditched) should be run at certain
> privileges with a certain priority independent of the UI. If the
> X-server got b0rken due to a mozilla getting crazy, it should not
> have effects on the current telephone call. To put it
> differently: it should be a very viable competitor to a normal
> phone in a call-center.
> (I'm using thin-clients that are very bad: a geode processor with
> 32MB ram and USB headsets, more precise: neoware capio-506 with
> plantronics USB headset. Yes, the volume buttons on the headsets
> work :-) )

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