Edit Package linphone

Web Phone

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.

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Filename Size Changed
liblinphone-5.1.24.tar.bz2 0020125390 19.2 MB 11 days
linphone-build-jsoncpp.patch 0000001820 1.78 KB 8 months
linphone-build-readline.patch 0000006020 5.88 KB 8 months
linphone-fix-pkgconfig.patch 0000000950 950 Bytes about 2 years
linphone-manual.tar.bz2 0000025033 24.4 KB over 15 years
linphone.changes 0000039042 38.1 KB 10 days
linphone.spec 0000011690 11.4 KB 11 days
openldap-bc.tar.bz2 0005035924 4.8 MB 2 months
reproducible.patch 0000001485 1.45 KB almost 3 years
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_nobody_ wrote about 1 month ago

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XRevan86 wrote about 1 month ago

No, the "linphone" source package simply doesn't have it. It's in "linphoneqt".
It's not obvious from the SRPM perspective, but it makes things look better on the user end.

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