Description of problem:
Periodically I can't call out. Ekiga says 'Security Check failed' whatever that means... I saw other bugs with ubuntu with the same thing and the solution was to add yourself to the voice group which we don't have
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Try to call out...
Security Check Failed
(In reply to comment #0)
> Description of problem:
> Periodically I can't call out. Ekiga says 'Security Check failed' whatever that
> means... I saw other bugs with ubuntu with the same thing and the solution was
> to add yourself to the voice group which we don't have
What voice group? Can you run ekiga from a terminal with the command 'ekiga -d 5' and recreate the problem then attach the debug output as a text file to this bug.
Can you also run 'rpm -q ekiga opal ptlib' and add the output here too
I'll get the other debug output as soon as I can... it is a periodic bug so whenever it happens next, you can be sure I'll post it. Just so you know and don't close this prematurely.
Created attachment 439492 [details]
ekiga -d 5 output
Well looky here... I got one!
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Reopened in F17 as bug#855127