Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 602175
ekiga locks up with bluetooth headset
Last modified: 2011-06-27 13:52:07 EDT
Created attachment 422495 [details]
ekiga -d 4 logfile corresponding to "Actual Results"
Description of problem:
Ekiga answers a phone call correctly when connected to the internal speakers of my laptop, but when used with an external bluetooth headset, it hangs.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
ekiga-3.2.7-1.fc13 (all other components also current F13 as of today)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Establish Bluetooth Connection with headset (tested with Sennheiser MM200)
2. Open "Sound Preferences" and swith Profile of headset to "Telephony Duplex (HSP/HFP)" and switch input and output to headset
3. Open ekiga, enter valid SIP account (tested with sip.arcor.de), wait for it to register
4. Call SIP provider from regular telephone
1. No ringtone in calling telephone, no incoming call ringtone in headset
2. Popup message indicates incoming call
3. After clicking "Accept", ringtone in calling telephone starts
4. ekiga hangs and must be killed manually
1. Ringtone in calling telephone
2. Popup message indicating incoming call, incoming call ringtone in headset
3. After clicking accept, phone connection is established
This works as expected as soon as, in "Sound Preferences", I switch back to the internal input/output devices
Hardware: Tested on Dell XPS M1330 with Intel 82801H (ICH8 Family) HD Audio Controller. This machine has a known bug with the internal microphone
(unfixed for ages) which means that in order to use telephony on this machine, one has to get an external microphone working.
Created attachment 422498 [details]
ekiga -d 4 logfile corresponding to "Expected Results" (with internal audio)
ekiga 3.3.0 beta release has support for PulseAudio so support for BT headsets should be much improved. This is currently in Fedora 15 rawhide if your have the ability to test it.
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