[Spce-user] Need some information for rtpengine stable version to use right now .

Michael Prokop mprokop at sipwise.com
Thu Dec 16 03:58:09 EST 2021

* Sasmita Panda [Thu Dec 16, 2021 at 01:18:58PM +0530]:

> I am new to github . I have been using rtpengine for the last 3/4years .
> But I have not updated that till now .
> I wanted to update rtpengine to the latest stable version .
> I have tried to install it from git .
> git clone https://github.com/sipwise/rtpengine.git rtpengine-git
> After installing I am getting the output below for the version command .
> *Version: git-master-11549cc  (in rtpengine forum where can I find this
> branch?)*
> Someone suggested to me that , rtpengine latest version is mr9.5 . So I
> have even tried to install from source code . rtpengine-mr9.5.2.3 , after
> unzip I get this branch .
> Now I am confused . What should I use? Will I use git or source code?
> What's the difference between both  ?

If you're using Debian, check out the "Package Repositories" section
at https://github.com/sipwise/rtpengine for usage of binary/pre-built packages.

If you prefer to compile the packages on your own, you need to
either switch to the according git branch inside your rtpengine.git
(e.g. `git checkout -b mr9.5.3 remotes/origin/mr9.5.3`), or use the
release tarball from https://github.com/sipwise/rtpengine/tags
(e.g. https://github.com/sipwise/rtpengine/archive/refs/tags/mr9.5.2.3.tar.gz)
and continue from there with building.

Then you should get rtpengine version


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