Blink Qt for Linux with native ALSA and ultra-wideband

Added by Adrian Georgescu about 8 years ago

Blink Qt for Linux is now available in development branch with support for the new core using ultra-wideband and native ALSA support. To test it you need to have the development tree and build it locally on a Debian or Ubuntu system.

First install the latest debian packages for Blink Qt from the official repository:

http://projects.ag-projects.com/projects/documentation/wiki/Repositories

sudo apt-get install blink

Install building dependencies

sudo apt-get build-dep python-sipsimple

Fetch development tree

Fetch latest python-sipsimple SDK and blink-qt source code:

Use pull instead of get if you already had the trees download, in order to update them.

Build SIP SIMPLE Client SDK

Build the SDK in place without installing system-wide:

cd python-sipsimple
# make the scripts executable if your darcs configuration did not take care of it
chmod +x deps/pjsip/configure
chmod +x deps/pjsip/aconfigure
chmod +x build_inplace
./build_inplace

Run Blink

cd blink-qt
export PYTHONPATH=../python-sipsimple
# make the scripts executable if your darcs configuration did not take care of it
chmod +x ./run
chmod +x ./bin/blink
./run

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