[Freeswitch-users] Fscomm unable to detect devices
robert.dyck at shaw.ca
Wed Mar 17 12:51:55 PDT 2010
I can see a process for fscomm. Should I be seeing a process for the core.
When starting fscomm it reports -
Everything OK, Entering runtime loop ...
BTW, not Windows but Fedora 11, KDE flavour
Thanks for looking into this
On Wednesday 17 March 2010 05:01:15 am João Mesquita wrote:
> Rob, I believe that the core has failed to load. I have not added any type
> of check on the code level for those cases yet as I believed it would never
> really fail to load. Those cases have been more frequent than what I
> originally expected so I will add that to code today (hopefully later
> Meanwhile, what you can do is check if the ports are open or not on the OS.
> I am not sure how to do that on Windows. Or, maybe we already have logs on
> the log folder?
> João Mesquita
> On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 4:49 AM, Rob Dyck <robert.dyck at shaw.ca> wrote:
> > Is there something wrong with my build?
> > fs_cli yields "[ERROR] libs/esl/fs_cli.c:1181 main() Error Connecting
> > [Socket
> > Connection Error]" with fscomm running.
> > RD
> > On Tuesday 16 March 2010 02:36:28 pm William Suffill wrote:
> > > With FSComm running you can use fs_cli to try pa list. If u can't list
> > the
> > > devices that would be the problem. I'm going to try to dig into this
> > > further on 1 of my desktops w/ pulseaudio.
> > >
> > > -- W
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