[Pkg-telepathy-maintainers] Bug#704234: Bug#704232: empathy broken during Debian freeze

Simon McVittie smcv at debian.org
Thu Apr 4 09:58:57 UTC 2013

On 03/04/13 21:26, Daniel Pocock wrote:
> In the first logs (empathy.log and gabble.log), I was trying to call
> from danieltest at pocock.com.au to daniel at pocock.com.au (another host).
> The calling machine made ringback sounds and the webcam image appeared.
>  The called machine displayed a popup, I clicked to answer with video.
> The incoming call window appeared and then immediately went into the
> disconnected state.

After acknowledging the initial flurry of messages from danieltest,
daniel appears to be removing the audio content, resulting in call

* iq xmlns='jabber:client' from='daniel at pocock.com.au/c36b5105'
to='danieltest at pocock.com.au/dd1ed5d7' type='set' id='262641397743'
    * jingle xmlns='urn:xmpp:jingle:1'
initiator='danieltest at pocock.com.au/dd1ed5d7' sid='330546837'
        * content name='audio' senders='both' creator='initiator'

I can't tell why from danieltest's logs.

> In the second logs (empathy2.log and gabble2.log), I was trying to call
> from the other host, daniel at pocock.com.au to danieltest at pocock.com.  The
> calling host immediately showed the window in the disconnected state.
> The called host never showed any indication that somebody was trying to
> call.

This log doesn't contain any indication that danieltest received an
incoming call at all, so something is going badly wrong on daniel's side.

Would it be possible to test this with a second "disposable" account as
the other peer, and capture the logs on both sides?


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