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Installation from packets/SVN/.exe/AppStore / Re: debian 10 packages
« on: December 20, 2019, 07:30:04 AM »
The AMR codecs modules are based a a library that for licensing reasons is not distributed.
If you really need the modules, you could try to modify the configure script to seach for the files installed by the libopencore. But I can't guarantee it will work.
If you dont need them, just ignore the configure message. Yate will compile regardless.

Installation from packets/SVN/.exe/AppStore / Re: debian 10 packages
« on: December 20, 2019, 02:52:52 AM »
Look at the options of the configure script of YATE.

If it's not detected by default, and the devel packages are installed, you can try to pass the directory where the files of the devel package were installed.

I don't understand what you mean by
Openssl-dev generally absent.

If it's installed and not detected, you can try the same option as above.
If you can't find the devel package for OpenSSL, please note that the name of the development package for OpenSSL on Debian is libssl-dev ( . If you can't find it like this, then yes, you might need to install it from source with the note that you could ignore the building of these modules if you don't need them.

You need to be root or have root permissions to install Yate.

Yate users hangout place / Re: Help me on Mutex Problem
« on: August 12, 2019, 01:50:39 AM »

That message is telling you that someone waited 10 seconds trying to lock a mutex. That means that:
*  you may have a deadlock in your code or
* a lock() call without a pairing unlock() or
* the mutex is being held locked during an operation that takes a while

You should check the handling of that mutex (SslSocket) in your code.

Yate bugs / Re: h.323
« on: February 13, 2019, 08:51:37 AM »
Update of what?
If you updated YATE, please post a log of building process.
H323 support is no longer maintained in YATE and it is based of OpenH323. For more details please see:
It is noted there that it also works with H323plus, but it's not stable.

YateBTS / Re: Yate -s stops at initialization
« on: November 22, 2018, 02:16:45 AM »
Please attach a full log with debug level 10 ( -vvvvvv at comand line).

YateBTS / Re: Yate -s stops at initialization
« on: November 19, 2018, 02:58:35 AM »
I see that compilation of YateBTS is failing. This is a known issue with newer compilers. Please apply patches listed here and install YateBTS and then try to run it again.

YateBTS / Re: Yate -s stops at initialization
« on: November 15, 2018, 03:06:20 AM »
1. You can check the path that YATE uses for configuration through telnet. In the telnet window of YATE issue command 'status engine' and look at the configpath value. That is the path from which YATE will load config files. Access to telnet window of YATE is usually 'telnet 5038' on the machine you run it. See or other articles from the docs that reference it.
2. Also, in telnet check if ybts and ybladerf modules are loaded. You can check that through issuing 'status' command and checking what modules are listed. In those are not listed it could mean that:
    * for ybladerf: it wasn't compiled because no libusb-devel support was detected. Check the output of configure for YATE as that tells if it was detected or not.
    * for ybts: not compiled/installed (check the source directories where you compiled them to see if they are present, check the install path for presence: /usr/local/lib/yate/radio/ or /usr/local/lib64/yate/radio)
3. Try using debug options when starting YATE (see yate --help) for a more detailed look at what is happening (-vvvvv for verbose output, -Do for colorized output).
4. Have you tried following the stepts from here: Prerequisites, Installing and running?

Post your finding here together with output of configure for yate and yateBTS.

YateBTS / Re: Yate -s stops at initialization
« on: November 14, 2018, 02:27:38 AM »
It looks to me that you just started YATE and you didn't install and/or configured the YateBTS plugins.
Keep in mind that YateBTS are plugins that come on top of YATE.

Please check out: Prerequisites, Installing and running pages especially.
If you did all this, please post the out of './configure' for YATE and YateBTS and other steps you have done (installed where, configuration files are found where). As I see no modules related to YateBTS that are being loaded when starting Yate, I suspect that you either don't have the modules installed/compiled or not configured to be loaded.

Also, there is an option to attach files to forum posts. Please don't copy-paste large pieces of text such as logs into posts.

YateBTS / Re: Yate -s stops at initialization
« on: November 07, 2018, 02:31:27 AM »
Yes. Or check out the '-l' option of yate.

YateBTS / Re: Yate -s stops at initialization
« on: October 31, 2018, 02:30:50 AM »
What command do you use for starting up YATE?
If you used "yate -s", that is normal output as you didn't pass any arguments about logging/debugging level. You just specified that you want to start YATE in supervisor mode.

Check out 'yate --help' for other arguments that can be passed at startup.  You can also check
If you still have issues, please post configuration files and a log.

YateBTS / Re: Cant detect cellular network
« on: October 15, 2018, 02:59:43 AM »
Is this a clean install (meaning you removed configuration files also)? I stil see the transciever configuration that disappeared 3 years ago.
Is the install from the official sources (using YATE SVN as per the tutorials from the YateBTS wiki links?
Which is the YATE version ('yate --version' command in a terminal) ?

Also, there is an option to attach files to forum posts.

YateBTS / Re: Cant detect cellular network
« on: October 12, 2018, 07:04:40 AM »
Judging by the presence of the 'transceiver' configuration option from the conf file, it seems that you are using the old transceiver and an old version of YateBTS (this was changed 3 years ago)
Could you try with the updated Yate and YateBTS from official sources? The newer version uses a different transceiver.
Instructions are here:

Make sure you've properly cleaned up the previous installation.

YateBTS / Re: Cant detect cellular network
« on: October 12, 2018, 03:07:14 AM »
Please post configuration file (ybts.conf).
Some people suggested disabling GPRS first, might want to try that.
Also, could you try with a USB3 cable?
Also, check what ARFCN are you using and that it is not interfering with ARFCNs used by real network operators  from your country.

YateBTS / Re: Cant detect cellular network
« on: October 10, 2018, 07:41:28 AM »
YateBTS wants bladerf firmware 1.8.0.

You should try that first.

Also, if still is not working, please post you configuration (as in configuration files).

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