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Command line

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'''The command line''' is often mentioned as a tool for starting or setting up [[Flightgear]], [[Atlas]], [[Terrasync]], [[FGComFGCOM]] and other programs related to Flightgear. Many users simply don't know, what the command line acutally is or how to make use of it. This article shall help...
==Windows XP==
You should see the so called ''prompt'' now, which says something like that:
svn checkout svn:// fgcom
Optional: edit iaxclient/lib/Makefile
To use OpenAl (Recommended and the default for now. Note however, that it requires OpenAl with capture support.)
To use oss emulation''italic'' USE_PA_OSS=1 USE_PA_ALSA=0 USE_PA_JACK=0 AUDIO_ALSA=0 AUDIO_OPENAL=0'''bold'''
To use native alsa (WARNING: PTT won't work)  USE_PA_OSS=0 USE_PA_ALSA=0 USE_PA_JACKCaption=0 AUDIO_ALSA=1 AUDIO_OPENAL=0 To use portaudio alsa (WARNING: only if your card natively supports 8000Hz sample rate)  USE_PA_OSS=0 USE_PA_ALSA=1 USE_PA_JACKSublevel Caption=0 AUDIO_ALSA=0 AUDIO_OPENAL=0 Edit fgcom/src/Makefile and check the pathes for PLIB_PREFIX and OPENAL_PREFIX. Compile iaxclient and fgcom. To do so, do the following:  cd fgcom/src && make Install  make install and you should be ready for a quick test... ==Using=====Testing===quick test  $ fgcom -f910  will give the following output-- fgcom - a communication radio based on VoIP with IAX/Asterisk (c)2007 by H. Wirtz <> Version 1.2.2 build 163M Using iaxclient library Version SVN 163M Successfully parsed commandline options. Reading list of airports...done. Initializing IAX client as Call 0 accepted Call 0 answered speak into the mic and your words will be echoed back with a short delay.
type <nowiki>ctrl-C</nowiki> to exit this test

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