Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 480195
Enable portaudio (and thus the rtp player)
Last modified: 2009-01-19 08:11:59 EST
Description of problem:
Wireshark is able to play RTP audio, but only with the portaudio lib. Now that portaudio works with PulseAudio (see #445644), it should be enabled in wireshark, so one can play rtp audio when analyzing VoIP calls.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open a captured VoIP call
2. Click Statistics/VoIP Calls
"Player" button is not shown
"Player" button is shown
wireshark's configure script detects if portaudio is installed, so it's sufficient to add
to the spec file. I rebuild the SRPM with these changes and the rtp player works.
The support has been added to latest rawhide build - 1.1.2-0.pre1 .. Can you please verify that it works (I'm having some sound issues recently, button is there but I get no sound)
Thanks for the quick response. Unfortunately, I have only a plain F10 system, and the wireshark packages from rawhide also needs updates for openssl and python (which need even more updates). Is there any chance that the F10 packages will be rebuild?
If not, my own wireshark packages run fine here, so it wouldn't be a big thing.