Re: [Ekiga-list] Ekiga 3.0.x issues

Damien Sandras schrieb:
> Le mardi 20 janvier 2009 à 19:04 +0100, Wolfgang Rosenauer a écrit :
>> Damien Sandras schrieb:
>>> Le mardi 20 janvier 2009 à 17:37 +0100, Wolfgang Rosenauer a écrit :
>>>> Hi,
>>>> I had a hard time finding this list since I couldn't find it on
>>>> btw.
>>>> Anyway I have two left open issues with Ekiga 3.0.x. I'm using it for
>>>> daily conference calls via SIP and did so with Ekiga 2.
>>>> So the following issues are actually regressions from Ekiga 2:
>>>> I can't find a way to set a SIP account as default for outgoing calls if
>>>> the "number" I call doesn't match any of my SIP account domains. Is that
>>>> not implemented yet or am I just too blind (could easily be).
>>> There is auto-completion, but no notion of default account anymore.
>> Hmm, that sounds bad.
>> I need to call different addresses (not within my domain) using
>> different SIP providers. If there is no default setting I need an option
>> to change it by call at least. Actually otherwise Ekiga 3 is really not
>> usable anymore for me :-(
> Do you mean you were changing the default account before each call ?!

Not before each call in my special case. I have one provider which is
only able to call real phones and one ( I'm usually use to do
real VOIP calls to SIP endpoints. And daily I'm only using the latter.
Still I need a way to actually define the outgoing provider to use. Do
you tell me that other's don't need to define that?

>>>> The second is that it seems that Ekiga is creating ticking noise for
>>>> whatever reason. I can't hear it myself but the people I'm talking to
>>>> can hear it and even muting my microphone doesn't fix it. I've checked
>>>> my microphone with arecord and there is no noise recorded. So I think
>>>> it's an Ekiga issue.
>>> I don't think it is an Ekiga issue. Our ALSA plugin did not change since
>>> years.
>>> Wouldn't you be using pulseaudio ?
>> No, I'm not running Gnome and stay far away from pulseaudio still. It
>> breaks different applications I rely on. It's not even installed anymore
>> on my system currently. So it's plain ALSA but I have no idea how to
>> figure out what's wrong.
>> The ekiga echo test doesn't show the issue and also Skype doesn't. It
>> started with openSUSE 11.1 and Ekiga 3.0.1 though.
> If the echo test does not show the issue, how can you be sure the
> problem is on *your* side and not on the remote side ?

Because the other participants of the conference calls hear the issue
only if I am connected.


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