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Practical VoIP Using VOCAL by Luan Dang, Cullen Jennings, David Kelly

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Compiling and Running the Stack

From http://Vovida.org, you can download the stacks as individual files, or you can download VOCAL, which contains the stacks, servers, User Agents, translators, and testing tools. If you prefer, we have a Concurrent Versioning server (CVS) available. Log on to our site and go to the Faq-o-matic for more information about CVS. The latest version of VOCAL is intended to use the latest SIP stack . http://Vovida.org, however, also offers older versions of VOCAL and their stacks for those who need them to fulfill special purposes.

Copying and Untarring the Files

In the following instructions, 1.3.0 refers to the current version number:

  1. From Vhttp://ovida.org, copy this file to your hard drive:

        sip-1.3.0.tar.gz
  2. Untar the SIP stack file by typing the following:

                         tar -xvzf sip-1.3.0.tar.gz

Compiling

To compile both the SIP stack and user agent from /sip-1.3.0/sip/, type:

               make sip

To compile the SIP stack from /sip-1.3.0/sip/sipstack/, type:

               make sip

To compile the SIP (UA) from /sip-1.3.0/sip/ua/, type:

               make ua

Running Tests

To make sure that the SIP stack and UA compile properly on your host, run the following:

               run ua

You can also run the tests and check the outputs for errors:

               make test

or:

               make verify

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