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smokey01


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PostPosted: Mon 03 Dec 2018, 21:21    Post subject:  

Pro wrote:
smokey01 wrote:

What distro are you running? Probably a good idea to mention that as there are many.
Arch linux based distro, not Puppy.

Ок, if libs present in system, no problem.


They are except for a couple of symlinks which I included.

Did it run in Arch? If not run ldd on the binary to see what's missing.

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PostPosted: Tue 04 Dec 2018, 03:29    Post subject:  

smokey01 wrote:

Did it run in Arch? If not run ldd on the binary to see what's missing.
no problem. yes i check psip with ldd.

x32_64 version coming soon?
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PostPosted: Tue 04 Dec 2018, 03:37    Post subject:  

Pro wrote:
smokey01 wrote:

Did it run in Arch? If not run ldd on the binary to see what's missing.
no problem. yes i check psip with ldd.

x32_64 version coming soon?

Are you asking or providing?

@Pro, the 32bit version I posted will run in Fatdog64-800a providing the 32bit library SFS is loaded.

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PostPosted: Tue 04 Dec 2018, 08:28    Post subject:  

Repackaging psip-1.42 without the /lib dir it works in upupcc. Tested with sip.diamondcard.us. The symlinks in /lib break openssl and sylpheed in upupcc.
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PostPosted: Tue 04 Dec 2018, 08:32    Post subject:  

watchdog wrote:
Repackaging psip-1.42 without the /lib dir it works in upupcc. Tested with sip.diamondcard.us. The symlinks in /lib break openssl and sylpheed in upupcc.


So once the /lib directory with the symlinks has been removed it works? Yes?

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PostPosted: Tue 04 Dec 2018, 09:45    Post subject:  

smokey01 wrote:
watchdog wrote:
Repackaging psip-1.42 without the /lib dir it works in upupcc. Tested with sip.diamondcard.us. The symlinks in /lib break openssl and sylpheed in upupcc.


So once the /lib directory with the symlinks has been removed it works? Yes?


Yes, it works in upupcc. I have used the repackaged psip-1.42-xenial.pet.

LATER: I tried an encrypted call with "Secure voice call" and it does not work. What's the difference between "Secure Voice Call" and SRTP? Srtp can be enabled or disabled but with "Secure Voice Call" enabled I can't call.

LATER1: diamondcard.us is also known as ekiga call-out to call phone numbers. I searched with google and it seems that ekiga does not support encryption. If you login at your account at:

https://www.diamondcard.us/

you have the possibility of sending cheap international sms with your credit. So using psip and diamondcard.us is a basic alternative to skype and other heavy voip softwares.
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PostPosted: Tue 04 Dec 2018, 16:18    Post subject:  

smokey01 wrote:
watchdog wrote:
Repackaging psip-1.42 without the /lib dir it works in upupcc. Tested with sip.diamondcard.us. The symlinks in /lib break openssl and sylpheed in upupcc.

So once the /lib directory with the symlinks has been removed it works? Yes?

watchdog wrote:
Yes, it works in upupcc. I have used the repackaged psip-1.42-xenial.pet.

I have renamed it to psip-1.42.pet as it works on more than xenial. I may need to add a tooltip to upupcc when I add it to the list or add it's own .pet. Thanks for letting me know.

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PostPosted: Tue 04 Dec 2018, 19:14    Post subject:  

smokey01 wrote:
@Pro, the 32bit version I posted will run in Fatdog64-800a providing the 32bit library SFS is loaded.
multilib? this no best way, imho.

I suggest to look, as is done in my package. I posted the archive in the cloud.
https://cloud.mail.ru/public/9t5A/MFvZNQmyo
all optional lib and links may be used from /opt/psip/lib
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PostPosted: Wed 05 Dec 2018, 00:06    Post subject:  

Also tested psip-1.42-x86_64.pet in bionicpup64 7.9.7. Working fine with sip.diamondcard.us and the following psip.conf:

Code:
{
   "accounts":   [{
         "name":   "New account",
         "sip-url":   "sip:xxxxxx@sip.diamondcard.us",
         "registrar":   "sip:sip.diamondcard.us",
         "realm":   "*",
         "user":   "xxxxxx",
         "password":   "xxxyyyzzz",
         "use-srtp":   0,
         "proxy":   "sip:sip.diamondcard.us",
         "active":   1
      }],
   "settings":   {
      "ring-command":   "aplay -Dplug:dmix /usr/share/sounds/2barks.au",
      "loglevel":   0,
      "help-command":   "defaultbrowser http://www.smokey01.com/help/psip/psip-help.html",
      "call-timeout":   "15",
      "minimise-tray":   0,
      "auto-register":   0,
      "ringtone-file":   "/usr/share/audio/beep_high.wav",
      "im-beep":   0,
      "im-command":   "",
      "activity-log":   0,
      "sampling-rate":   1,
      "quality":   5,
      "max-calls":   "4",
      "sip-port":   "5060",
      "public-ip":   "xx.yy.zz.aa",
      "stun-server":   "stunserver.org",
      "disable-vad":   0,
      "enable-ice":   0,
      "turn-server":   "",
      "turn-user":   "",
      "turn-password":   "",
      "turn-realm":   "",
      "turn-use-tcp":   0,
      "disable-tcp":   0,
      "disable-optional-srtp":   0,
      "audio-in":   "HDA Intel: CX20549 Analog (hw:0,0)",
      "audio-out":   "dmix"
   },
   "buddy-categories":   [{
         "category":   "iptel.org utilities",
         "buddies":   [{
               "nick":   "music",
               "address":   "sip:music@iptel.org"
            }, {
               "nick":   "echo",
               "address":   "sip:echo@iptel.org"
            }, {
               "nick":   "conference",
               "address":   "sip:conference@iptel.org"
            }, {
               "nick":   "voice mail",
               "address":   "sip:1000@iptel.org"
            }]
      }, {
         "category":   "ekiga.net utilities",
         "buddies":   [{
               "nick":   "echo",
               "address":   "sip:500@ekiga.net"
            }, {
               "nick":   "callback",
               "address":   "sip:520@ekiga.net"
            }, {
               "nick":   "conference",
               "address":   "sip:501@ekiga.net"
            }]
      }, {
         "category":   "personal",
         "buddies":   [{
               "nick":   "casa",
               "address":   "sip:0039xxxyyyzzz@sip.diamondcard.us"
            }]
      }]
}


If your network is under NAT then you have to use the public-ip and probably a stunserver. You can read for example your public-ip at:

http://www.indirizzo-ip.com/whois.php
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PostPosted: Wed 05 Dec 2018, 02:40    Post subject:  

watchdog wrote:
Also tested psip-1.42-x86_64.pet
i download file http://smokey01.com/software/internet/psip-1.42-x86_64.pet and my archiver say "archive damaged". may be have new link?
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PostPosted: Wed 05 Dec 2018, 03:21    Post subject:  

watchdog wrote:
If your network is under NAT then you have to use the public-ip and probably a stunserver. You can read for example your public-ip at:

http://www.indirizzo-ip.com/whois.php

I would say http://icanhazip.com but I know so many people get very nervous about it for reasons I can't fathom, so I'd better not say anything about it Laughing

By the way, I have a new tarball for psip: http://distro.ibiblio.org/fatdog/source/800/psip-2018-12-05.tar.bz2. Nothing big, I just fixed a few compile errors and added "--help" and added "--expand-buddies" which will expand the buddy list by defaults (this is CatDude's request). Version number stays at 1.42.

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PostPosted: Wed 05 Dec 2018, 09:02    Post subject:  

Pro wrote:
watchdog wrote:
Also tested psip-1.42-x86_64.pet
i download file http://smokey01.com/software/internet/psip-1.42-x86_64.pet and my archiver say "archive damaged". may be have new link?

Try this:
Code:
tar -xvJf psip-1.42-x86_64.pet

This will extract it but will display a few errors that are harmless like:
Quote:
xz: (stdin): Compressed data is corrupt
tar: Child returned status 1
tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now

Now you can repackage it for your distro.

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PostPosted: Wed 05 Dec 2018, 12:03    Post subject:  

jamesbond wrote:
By the way, I have a new tarball for psip: http://distro.ibiblio.org/fatdog/source/800/psip-2018-12-05.tar.bz2. Nothing big, I just fixed a few compile errors and added "--help" and added "--expand-buddies" which will expand the buddy list by defaults (this is CatDude's request). Version number stays at 1.42.


@ jamesbond
Nice one mate. Cool

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PostPosted: Fri 07 Dec 2018, 22:11    Post subject:  

I am able to compile PSIP 1.42 in Dpup Wheezy and Dpup Stretch.
Each required one tweak of the CFLAGS in Makefile
Wheezy does not like "-Wno-error=misleading-indentation"
Using pjproject 2.7.2 and osxcart 1.2.0

Audio device names look different in the Preferences window
Compared to my PSIP 1.41 builds which used pjproject 1.14.2 and osxcart 1.1.0

For anyone testing, try making a call to:-
sip:904@mouselike.org
This service has several tests which you can select via the DTMF number keypad, including requesting a text message to be sent to your PSIP client.

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PostPosted: Sat 08 Dec 2018, 18:05    Post subject:  

Evening, all.

Now; this may seem like a daft thing to say.....but you may, perhaps, wish to utilise multiple psip.conf files with PSIP. Not multiple accounts; PSIP is already capable of that. I'm talking about the settings for PSIP itself.

I've found it advantageous to use multiple psip.conf files myself. I had it demonstrated to me a couple or three weeks ago that you can, for example, run PSIP thru a VPN tunnel.....which requires a totally different set of configurations to that in use by PSIP when it's operating 'normally'.

You might wish to keep different config files for different groups of contacts, perhaps. Whatever the reasons, it's a PITA to have to keep swapping the files around in /root. PSIP can only make use of one .conf file at a time, otherwise it gets confused!

-------------------------------------

Anyway, I've thrown together a wee utility that permits this to be be carried out easily, via a YAD-powered GUI. It makes use of a hidden folder in /root, containing a number of sub-directories.

You manually place each of your psip.conf files into one of each of these numbered sub-directories (making sure you know which is which, naturally.) You select the utility from Menu->Network->PSIP Config Select, which looks like this:-





Prior to starting PSIP, just select the appropriate psip.conf file with the corresponding button. All this does is to delete the psip.conf file currently resident in /root, and to copy across the one you've selected. Nowt to it, really....it just makes an additional operation a bit easier to handle, that's all. Wait till the 'Success!' message pops up, and you're good to go.

The .pet for this is attached below. If you don't have YAD on your system (check to see if /usr/bin/yad exists), you can get the current version here.

Perhaps it'll be useful for some of you. I built it to fulfill a personal need.....as always, I don't mind sharing.


Mike. Wink

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