Hello List,I've been trying to compile Asterisk with H.323 support and, after correctly installing PTLib and H323plus (OpenH323), the Asterisk configure script still doesn't detect the dependencies as installed.
I know they are correctly installed because after going into "[asterisk-source-directory]/channels/h323" and issuing a 'make opt', it correctly builds everything:
----- root@slackbox:# make opt make DEBUG= default_targetmake: Entering directory `/tmp/asterisk-test/slackbuilds/asterisk-SlackBuild/asterisk-1.4.39/channels/h323'
[CC] ast_h323.cxx [CC] compat_h323.cxx [CC] cisco-h225.cxx [CC] caps_h323.cxxar crv libchanh323.a ./ast_h323.o ./compat_h323.o ./cisco-h225.o ./caps_h323.o
a - ./ast_h323.o a - ./compat_h323.o a - ./cisco-h225.o a - ./caps_h323.omake: Leaving directory `/tmp/asterisk-test/slackbuilds/asterisk-SlackBuild/asterisk-1.4.39/channels/h323'
---- Nevertheless, the menuselect application doesn't let me select chan_h323.Its important to note that if I manually edit menuselect.makedeps and menuselect.makeopts in order to manually set chan_h323 support, it does build chan_h323.o without problems (and install it, after make install), but, trying to do it via command line does not work:
From Asterisk source dir: # make menuselect.makeopts # menuselect/menuselect --enable chan_h323 menuselect.makeoptsa. Could this be some problem in the configure script? (where it look for dependencies?) b. What can I do in order to force Asterisk to compile chan_h323 in a less 'dirty' way than manually editing previously mentioned files? (I have verified that in this case, it will not yield any errors)
Additional Info: Asterisk Verison : 1.4.39Bash version : GNU bash, version 4.1.7(2)-release (i486-slackware-linux-gnu)
OS : Slackware 13.1.0 PTLib : 2.8.3 H323Plus : 1.22.0 -- Jose P. Espinal http://www.eslackware.com IRC: [OFTC|FreeNode] Khratos @ #slackware | #asterisk/-doc/-bugs -- _____________________________________________________________________ -- Bandwidth and Colocation Provided by http://www.api-digital.com -- New to Asterisk? Join us for a live introductory webinar every Thurs: http://www.asterisk.org/hello asterisk-users mailing list To UNSUBSCRIBE or update options visit: http://lists.digium.com/mailman/listinfo/asterisk-users
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