tely there have been license disputes in the open source community and the Asterisk maintainers have removed iLBC from the source tree. But you can still use it if you know a few tricks.
===== Build from Source =====
Depending on your distribution, you might need to build Asterisk from source. I'm using... I'm not going to detail how to install the kernel source, kernel headers, etc... See your distribution's
onally you'll run into a situation where compiled source won't run on a different machine because its JVM ... on an older version of Java? Simple! use the ''-source'' parameter to ''javac''. Lets do an example:
... nericsTest.java:6: generics are not supported in -source 1.4
(try -source 1.5 to enable generics)
Here the ''-source 1.4'' parameter was used when compiling the file.
from a pre-built package (the easy way), or from source code (the fun and more flexible way). I'll look ... be installed on the operating system.
==== From Source Code ====
Installing Asterisk from source is a gr... r. So the first step is to download the Asterisk source and untar/unzip it in the right place.
sions I attended.
==== Building a Web-Scale Open Source High-Performance Computing Stack ====
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==== OpenSourcing Music: A Discussio
* Mentored junior developers on Java, DB2, source control, project management, etc…
* Presented s... but included Microsoft Windows 2000, IIS, Visual Source Safe, and SQL Server; Sun Solaris and Java, BEA W... vironment included Windows 98 and NT, IIS, Visual Source Safe, Elsinore Technologies’ Visual Intercept, Dy
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