On 04/18/2012 06:13 AM, A J Stiles wrote:
On Wednesday 18 April 2012, samuel wrote:On 18 April 2012 10:33, A J Stiles<asterisk_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Are you sure your g729 module, your Asterisk and your kernel are of the same bittedness?I'm pretty sure it's not a problem of 32-64 bits: Asterisk 220.127.116.11 built by root on a x86_64 running Linux on 2012-04-18 07:45:43 UTC and I downladed the binaries from http://downloads.digium.com/pub/telephony/codec_g729/asterisk-1.8.0/x86-64/ And asterisk loads the module, as you can see in the log files I sent. So it doesn't look like a problem with 32-64 bits....Ah, well. It's always worth a shot, though. It could still be a missing library; run `ldd` on the .so file(s), and make sure all needed libraries are installed.
The simplest route to solving this problem is to contact Digium's support department; this is a Digium commercial product and you are entitled to technical support.
The simple answer to your question is no, there are no known incompatibilities between Asterisk 1.8 and Digium's G.729 codec modules (if there were, we'd fix them).
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