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Linphonec ".linphonerc" Options

John Barbour

Hey Folks,

 

Is there some documentation outlining the various option’s that can be included in “.linphonerc” ?

 

Trying to get linphone to start using soundcard “use files”.  

 

Is there documentation on use of linphonec, Keep finding resources for CORE(java)?

 

Cheers,

 

-John


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Re: Linphonec ".linphonerc" Options

Elisa Nectoux
Hi John,

Thank you for your interest in Linphone.

To know more about Linphonerc configuration file, please see: <a href="https://wiki.linphone.org/xwiki/wiki/public/view/Lib/Features/Remote Provisioning/" class="">https://wiki.linphone.org/xwiki/wiki/public/view/Lib/Features/Remote%20Provisioning/.

The keys understood by liblinphone in a linphonerc configuration file are not officially documented.
We invite developers to refer to our usage examples in apps, for example linphone-iphone/Resources/*.rc files.

Additionally, it is possible to configure a Linphone application manually and then examine the content of the linphonerc file generated by the app, in order to store the configuration.

Regarding your question about linphonec, please note that we do not support this product anymore. Linphone-daemon supersedes the former linphonec console tool, as it uses a more effective syntax for inputs and outputs. 

Linphone-daemon is a console-mode program based on Liblinphone that can register, send and receive calls by reading simple text commands from standard input or from a UNIX socket. In response to each command, linphone-daemon writes the execution status of the command to standard output (or a socket).
This tool can easily be used from a shell script to execute simple SIP scenarios by those who do not require the full capabilities of the Liblinphone SDK.

I hope that this will help.

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Elisa Nectoux
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Le 28 août 2019 à 19:50, John Barbour <[hidden email]> a écrit :

Hey Folks,
 
Is there some documentation outlining the various option’s that can be included in “.linphonerc” ?
 
Trying to get linphone to start using soundcard “use files”.  
 
Is there documentation on use of linphonec, Keep finding resources for CORE(java)?
 
Cheers,
 
-John

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