I compared the following 2 setups with original packages from the Ubuntu distributions and with
- the same headset and
- the same second telephone and
- the same telephone account data
1) SFLphone 1.0.2 on Ubuntu 12.04 Long term support with gnome-alsa-mixer 0.9.7
2) SFLphone 1.3.0 on Ubuntu 14.04 Long term support with gnome-alsa-mixer 0.9.7 Setup 1 is working in both directions speaker and microphone. Setup 2 is not working: only the microphone of the SFLphone side is not working I used gnome-alsa-mixer to achieve a minimum quality of the phone calls with SFLphone 1.0.2.
gnome-alsa-mixer has the same version in both Ubuntu versions but the Ubuntu 14 version displays less options to change:
100 % Master (100 % = slider in top position) 100 % Headphone 100 % Speaker and activated mute 100 % PCM 100 % Mic (missing in Ubuntu 14) 100 % Mic Boos 90 % Beep 70 % Capture activated recording (missing in Ubuntu 14) 100 % Digital 0 % internal with not activated mute (missing in Ubuntu 14) 0 % internal
Do you have an idea what do I have to change for using the SFLphone1.3.0 on Ubuntu 14?