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Cant Install SIP Blink! (Solved)

Postby bester69 » 2016-07-31 06:47

Hi,

Im trying to install blink, and cant do it without building aginst ubuntu packages.
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#SIP BLINK
deb http://ag-projects.com/debian jessie main
deb-src http://ag-projects.com/debian jessie main


It ask me for for package:
python-sipsimple,which depends on among others:
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libavformat-ffmpeg56,libavutil-ffmpeg54,libswscale-ffmpeg3, libavcodec-ffmpeg56,libavcodec-ffmpeg-extra56,
-.......

those packages are not in debian repositories..

Any help,please :( , i dont want dangerous frankendebian
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Re: Cant Install SIP Blink!

Postby kiyop » 2016-07-31 10:05

I found at least libavformat-ffmpeg56 in sid repository for arm64 ;)
https://packages.debian.org/sid/libavformat-ffmpeg56
Maybe with multiarch-support ? :roll:
I wonder if you should use sid. ;)

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Re: Cant Install SIP Blink!

Postby JLloyd13 » 2016-07-31 10:18

kiyop wrote:I found at least libavformat-ffmpeg56 in sid repository for arm64 ;)
https://packages.debian.org/sid/libavformat-ffmpeg56
Maybe with multiarch-support ? :roll:
I wonder if you should use sid. ;)

Why not using Ubuntu instead of debian?


multi arch would cover running i386 software on an x86_64 machine, but AFAIK it's impossible to run any arm software, 64bit or otherwise, on an x86(64) machine.
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Re: Cant Install SIP Blink!

Postby bester69 » 2016-07-31 12:07

They changed the name of the packages and the dependecies

i.e. libavcodec-ffmpeg-extra56--> libavcodec57

The packages i was looking for are in: http://snapshot.debian.org/

These are the packages:
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libavcodec-ffmpeg-extra56
libavcodec-ffmpeg56
libavformat-ffmpeg56
libavutil-ffmpeg54
libswresample-ffmpeg
libswscale-ffmpeg
libx265


Now i can install, :D

Thanks,
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Re: Cant Install SIP Blink!

Postby kiyop » 2016-07-31 12:25

JLloyd13 wrote:multi arch would cover running i386 software on an x86_64 machine, but AFAIK it's impossible to run any arm software, 64bit or otherwise, on an x86(64) machine.

Thanks for giving nice info :)
bester69 wrote:The packages i was looking for are in: http://snapshot.debian.org/
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Now i can install, :D

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Re: Cant Install SIP Blink! (Solved)

Postby stevepusser » 2016-07-31 21:05

The best way to have done it would be to edit the "ffmpeg" out of those build and runtime dependencies, and add a minimum required version of (>= 7:2.7.3), which would be the new "real" ffmpeg that Debian is now using. Where would you get this? It's in jessie-backports, which is one of the first places to look. Such as libavcodec-dev (>= 7:2.7.3): https://packages.debian.org/jessie-back ... vcodec-dev

You'll notice that stock Jessie has the libav 11.7 version (6:11.7) instead of the real ffmpeg, but the "7:" epoch in front of the "2.7.3" makes the backported version an upgrade over a "6:" version.

The "-ffmpeg" versions were a transitional thing Debian used for a time before figuring out another way to get the libav and ffmpeg versions of the libraries to coexist. Let's see if I can add Blink to my mini-multimedia OBS Jessie repo, which I just upgraded to ffmpeg 3.1.1.
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Re: Cant Install SIP Blink! (Solved)

Postby bester69 » 2016-07-31 23:05

stevepusser wrote:The best way to have done it would be to edit the "ffmpeg" out of those build and runtime dependencies, and add a minimum required version of (>= 7:2.7.3), which would be the new "real" ffmpeg that Debian is now using. Where would you get this? It's in jessie-backports, which is one of the first places to look. Such as libavcodec-dev (>= 7:2.7.3): https://packages.debian.org/jessie-back ... vcodec-dev

You'll notice that stock Jessie has the libav 11.7 version (6:11.7) instead of the real ffmpeg, but the "7:" epoch in front of the "2.7.3" makes the backported version an upgrade over a "6:" version.

The "-ffmpeg" versions were a transitional thing Debian used for a time before figuring out another way to get the libav and ffmpeg versions of the libraries to coexist. Let's see if I can add Blink to my mini-multimedia OBS Jessie repo, which I just upgraded to ffmpeg 3.1.1.

Hi Steve,

I knew mine wasnt the right way to go , but my skills are very user level. Indeed at first try i broke kodi, i had to give some tries fordward/backward with aptitude before everything keep working again. I love Blink quality sound, and i use it to make cheap calls with https://www.sipdiscount.com/dashboard.
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