Qt interface for Linphone

Edit Package linphoneqt

Linphone is a Web phone with a Qt interface.
It lets you make two-party calls over IP networks such as the Internet.
It uses the IETF protocols SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) and RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) to make calls, so it should be able to communicate with other SIP-based Web phones. With several codecs available, it can be used with high speed connections as well as 28k modems.

Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
Filename Size Changed
linphone-desktop-5.0.5.tar.bz2 0002411550 2.3 MB
linphone.appdata.xml 0000001144 1.12 KB
linphoneqt-0002-remove-bc_compute_full_version-usage.patch 0000002784 2.72 KB
linphoneqt-fix-no-git.patch 0000000327 327 Bytes
linphoneqt.changes 0000013337 13 KB
linphoneqt.spec 0000006098 5.96 KB
linphoneqt_fix_gcc12_error.patch 0000000638 638 Bytes
Comments 1

Ki Mi's avatar

kimi wrote

Would it be possible to build Linphone for all Linux distributions to encourage a wider user base, where every distro has the same version for better compatibility? Most of the basic packages in linphoneqt dependenceis, such as

seems to compile on other distros already. In fact most of the packages have already been ported to different Linux distros. Would it be possible, as a joint effort, to get it working also for Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora and Archlinux?

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