[Freeswitch-users] Freeswitch stable on embedded devices?
bdfoster at endigotech.com
Tue May 22 09:33:58 MSD 2012
You are still transcoding from .wav to ulaw alaw etc. You can work around
that by not transcoding on the fly.
Using media bugs is transcoding. I don't know if there's a good work around
for that though.
On May 21, 2012 8:55 PM, "Tom C" <mel0torme at gmail.com> wrote:
> Do you use uncompressed files for MoH or MP3, which could explain the
>> Nope, just the standard WAV files that come with the git. And I'm using
> the correct bitrate, so no trans-coding issues.
> Do you recompile Freeswitch yourself for the Dockstar? If yes, is that hard
>> to do? I need to make sure I'm able to update the devices in case serious
>> bugs or useful features come up once they're out in the field.
> Yes, compiling on the dockstar is just as easy as on any other platform,
> once you have all the requisite packages installed. The smaller Linux
> distributions made for these devices don't contain every package that the
> major (desktop) distributions have. A quick web search will turn up a list
> for you.
> Everything builds fine on the dockstar with only 128megs of RAM. Except,
> coincidentally enough, FLITE, which needs about 450megs of addressable
> memory to build successfully. So to compile that module, you need to
> create a swap file of at least 350 megs.
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