[maemo-developers] problems with installing tapioca

From: Michael Wiktowy michael.wiktowy at gmail.com
Date: Mon Nov 5 20:01:31 EET 2007
On Nov 5, 2007 10:13 AM, harini satyanarayanan <hpundis1 at binghamton.edu> wrote:
> Hi,
>     I need to install a VOIP client on the N770. I need an application whose
> source code is available and the application should be in such a way that i
> am able to extend and customize it to my use. I found Tapioca that perfectly
> suited all my needs. But  I am not able to install it  on my  N770. I have
> the OS 2006. I also tried on the OS 2007.
> url               : http://www.maemo.org.br/VoIP/apt/
> distribution   : mistral
> components : main
> but it says cannot refresh package. I did try installing it through the
> terminal but since i do not have root access to the device it does not allow
> me to do an apt-update. When i checked the URL i realized that under
> distributions there isint any mistral and i couldnt find any ARM based .deb
> files, all the deb files were for i386.
> I am not sure if i am missing something in my installtion, or is it that
> tapioca no longer works. I am not sure what the problem is, I kindly request
> for some help.

>From what I understand, Tapioca has been folded into another VoIP
infrastructure project called Telepathy and isn't being updated as a
separate entity any more (and its wiki page looks like it has been
infested with link spam). Telepathy is the basis of the rtcomm VoIP
system that is being included in Chinook and is available as a beta
version for Bora. I am not sure if it works with the Hacker Edition
for the 770. But if you look up these project pages you can get all
the source code for them and maybe back-port what you need.



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