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I Hear U

   0.6.0  

KDE Telephony

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I Hear U
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Downloads:  4765
Submitted:  Oct 12 2005
Updated:  Jan 30 2008

Description:

IHU is a Voice over IP (VoIP) application for Linux, that creates an audio stream between two computers easily and with the minimal traffic on the network.

The main features are:

* Peer-to-Peer: the communication takes place directly between the computers (UDP and TCP both supported), without need of session protocols (such as SIP or H323) or other servers in the middle.

* Good audio performance: IHU was born to give the best audio performance, low latency above all. For this purpose IHU is compatible with ALSA, now the default Linux sound architecture, but also with JACK, a low latency sound server. For the audio compression, IHU uses Speex, a codec optimized for speech (and completely free and open source).

* Crypted stream: you have also the possibility to Encrypt/Decrypt the stream using a fast hybrid cryptographic system (RSA + Blowfish)

* Command-line support: the Qt GUI is not strictly necessary, you can run also a textual IHU from command-line (for example if you need to run the program on remote computers).

* Free and Open Source: IHU is totally free and distributed under the terms of GNU General Public License.

The possibilities of use of IHU are endless, for example you can use it like a phone to talk with your friends all around the world, or at home/work, to talk between computers in the LAN (talkback), etc.




Changelog:

# IHU v. 0.6.0

- new feature: multiple calls now allowed (full conference not yet supported)
- feature improved: AGC moved from player to recorder (with mixer support)
- feature improved: sound input level added to GUI
- feature improved: TX threshold and AGC volume converted to dB
- feature improved: file player/converter in a standalone dialog
- feature improved: .spx file converter now faster
- feature improved: config file entirely reviewed, now it's possible to specify the file
- feature improved: now it's possibile to save the passphrase in the config
- feature improved: some improvements in the tray icons
- feature removed: JACK driver for output has been disabled
- bug fix: no more problems with XRUN handling for ALSA player
- source code: IHU architecture totally reviewed, GUI made independent from Phone




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 SuSE 10.1 V0.5.6

 
 by linux3114a on: Oct 23 2006
 
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ihu-0.5.6-lotus.i586.rpm
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http://home.scarlet.be/raoul.linux/

under DOWNLOAD section ( My SuSE RPM's )


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 Re: SuSE 10.1 V0.5.6

 
 by mtrotta on: Oct 23 2006
 
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Raoul, thanks for your rapidity ;-)


Matteo Trotta
Author and mantainer of IHU project

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 Slackware 11.0 Pack!

 
 by gohanz on: Oct 26 2006
 
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A Slackware 11.0 package is ready to download!

http://www.slacky.it/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=29&func=fileinfo&id=622


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 Re: Slackware 11.0 P

 
 by mtrotta on: Oct 26 2006
 
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Thank you!


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Author and mantainer of IHU project

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 NAT

 
 by meyerm on: Nov 22 2006
 
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Hi,

are there any techniques included to establish a connection between two NATed computers like STUN etc.?

Thank you!
M


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 Re: NAT

 
 by mtrotta on: Nov 23 2006
 
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The answer is no. At the moment IHU avoids the use of external servers, even if this reduces its usability.
Anyway in the future I may add STUN support as optional feature.


Matteo Trotta
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 Re: Re: NAT

 
 by meyerm on: Nov 23 2006
 
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Thank you for your answer.


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 Re: Re: NAT

 
 by roger-z on: Dec 16 2006
 
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And what if only one computer is NATed? Does it work then?

And another question - are you going to prepare a version of IHU for Windows?


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 Re: NAT

 
 by mtrotta on: Dec 17 2006
 
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Yes, IHU will work if only one computer is NATed, but the NATed computer will be able just to make calls, not to receive calls.
Unfortunately I don't have time to work on a Windows port now. Any help is welcome.


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 Conference mode

 
 by GuSArg on: Feb 22 2007
 
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Its only possible with Two computers? or i could use more? Because i need to connect a total a 11 Workstation for a class room.

Thanks


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 Re: Conference mode

 
 by mtrotta on: Feb 23 2007
 
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No, IHU works only for two computers. Maybe you can try some tricks to connect the 11 computers with IHU, for example using 11 instances of IHU and call each computer on each different one. But it's not so practical.


Matteo Trotta
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 I Hear U error

 
 by kumarnarain on: Apr 21 2007
 
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Hai
Iam a beginner..I installed ihu and when I tried running it I got the following error message at the terminal
"ihu: error while loading shared libraries: libSoundTouch.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory"

How can this be fixed?


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 Re: I Hear U error

 
 by mtrotta on: May 3 2007
 
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You need to install the soundtouch libraries (http://www.surina.net/soundtouch/). I think you can find ready packages for your distribution, but you can also compile the sources.


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 ihu for maemo

 
 by sebastianwww on: Oct 17 2007
 
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Dear Mr Trotta:

Is there any possibility to port ihu for the maemo platform so that it would be available for Nokia 770 device, which runs on a Debian system over an armel chip?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Sebastian.

PD: I would help in any way as much as possible.


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