Installing Ekiga on Windows

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* '''[http://ekiga.net/yannick/win32/ekiga-setup-3.2.7.exe Ekiga 3.2.7]''' (18MB) The current ''stable'' release (choose this one if unsure).
 
* '''[http://ekiga.net/yannick/win32/ekiga-setup-3.2.7.exe Ekiga 3.2.7]''' (18MB) The current ''stable'' release (choose this one if unsure).
* '''[http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/binaries/win32/ekiga/3.3/ekiga-setup-3.9.90.exe Ekiga 3.9.90 unstable]''' (20MB) The current ''unstable'' release.
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* '''[http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/binaries/win32/ekiga/3.9/ekiga-setup-3.9.90.exe Ekiga 3.9.90 unstable]''' (20MB) The current ''unstable'' release.
  
 
Then head over to the [[manual]] to finish off. Should you have any questions, have a look through the [[FAQ]] and [[contact]] us if your question isn't answered anywhere on this wiki.
 
Then head over to the [[manual]] to finish off. Should you have any questions, have a look through the [[FAQ]] and [[contact]] us if your question isn't answered anywhere on this wiki.

Revision as of 21:55, 23 August 2012

See also: Building Ekiga for Windows and Debugging Ekiga on Windows

Windows.png To install Ekiga on Windows, download either the stable or unstable release, and run it:

Then head over to the manual to finish off. Should you have any questions, have a look through the FAQ and contact us if your question isn't answered anywhere on this wiki.

Installation notes

Ekiga settings are stored:

  • for ekiga >= 3.4: in your Application Data directory, such as C:\Documents and Settings\YourUserName\Local Settings\Application Data.
  • for ekiga version <= 3.3.2: in %APPDATA%\ekiga.conf directory. To find out the value of %APPDATA% on your computer (it may be something like c:\Users\root\AppData\Roaming), open a command terminal and type echo %APPDATA%.

To see that file, you may need to activate show hidden files and directories.

You can edit the settings with a editor such as wordpad.

Ekiga is a 32-bit program but it also works on 64-bit machines.

Known issues

  • The automatic discovery of users on the same network (called neighbours) does not work on Windows (see: this bug).
  • The camera takes around 4-7 seconds to initialise at the beginning of each communication (see: this bug).


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