'''The command line''' is often mentioned as a tool for starting or setting up [[Flightgear]], [[Atlas]], [[Terrasync]], [[
FGCom]] 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...
You should see the so called ''prompt'' now, which says something like that:
svn checkout svn://svn.dfn.de:/fgcom/trunk 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 USE_PA_OSS=1 USE_PA_ALSA=0 USE_PA_JACK=0 AUDIO_ALSA=0 AUDIO_OPENAL=0
To use native alsa (WARNING: PTT won't work) USE_PA_OSS= 0 USE_PA_ALSA= 0 USE_PA_JACK= 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_JACK= 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 -Sfgcom.flightgear.org.uk -f910 will give the following output-- fgcom - a communication radio based on VoIP with IAX/Asterisk (c)2007 by H. Wirtz <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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 guest:email@example.com 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