Re: [Ekiga-list] ANNOUNCE - Ekiga 4.0.1 [STABLE] available

Long ago, Nostradamus foresaw that on 02/26/2013 03:46 PM, Eugen Dedu
would write:
On 26/02/13 20:41, Stuart Gathman wrote:
I updated Fedora 17, then pulled the new ekiga from updates-testing.
Now outgoing audio alternates between 16.0 and 0.0.  Normally, it is a
steady 8.0.  The other side can't hear.

Feb 24 18:29:51 Installed: kernel-3.7.9-101.fc17.i686
Feb 24 20:03:08 Updated: ptlib-2.10.10-1.fc17.i686
Feb 24 20:03:11 Updated: opal-3.10.10-1.fc17.i686
Feb 24 20:03:35 Updated: ekiga-4.0.1-1.fc17.i686

I left bad karma - but that may have been premature, because today I
downgraded to what *was* the working version (4.0.0 with a custom
opal-3.10.9 with patches for some of the fixes).  It has the same
problem!  So I am back to the new 4.0.1, and have to slog through what
has changed.  Perhaps the kernel upgrade?  There were many more updates,
but only the kernel seems remotely relevant to ekiga.

Send us/me a -d 4 log.

I called my cell.  The audio sounds like what the xmit numbers show - a
second of garbled sound, drop out for a second, another second of
sound.   Then I called 500 ekiga net   THIS IS A CLUE: I sing a song. 
The song is repeated back to me speeded up in half the time, like a
33rpm record played at 78rpm!  So I get a second of sped up audio, a
second of silence, the next second of sped up audio, another second of
silence.  Same thing when calling my cell, now that I listen carefully.

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