Jul 07 2014
The UniMRCP project depends on a number of third party tools and libraries which must be installed first.
All the required dependencies are available to download prepackaged for the UniMRCP use from the
Alternatively, original versions of the libraries as well as patches on them can be downloaded
separately from the following location:
1. Apache Portable Runtime [>=1.2.x] (http://apr.apache.org).
In order to build any part of the UniMRCP project, the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) and
the APR Utility (APR-util) libraries are required. The libraries provide a consistent interface to
underlying platform-specific implementations.
2. Sofia-SIP [>=1.12.6] (http://sofia-sip.sourceforge.net).
Sofia-SIP is an open-source SIP User-Agent library, compliant with the IETF RFC3261 specification.
The library is utilized for implementation of SIP signaling for MRCPv2. The SDP message parser is
also used for both MRCPv2 (SIP/SDP) and MRCPv1 (RTSP/SDP).
autoconf 2.59 or newer
libtool 1.4 or newer
If the UniMRCP source is checked out from the repository, the "bootstrap" script must be run first
in order to generate the "configure" script and other required files.
The usual "configure", "make", "make install" sequence of commands should follow in order to build
and install the project from source.
As a result, the project will be installed in the directory "/usr/local/unimrcp" with the following
bin binaries (unimrcpserver, unimrcpclient, ...)
conf configuration files (unimrcpserver.xml, unimrcpclient.xml, ...)
data data files
include header files
lib shared (convenience) libraries
log log files
plugin run-time loadable modules
There are a couple of options which can additionally be configured.
In order to specify where to look for the APR and APR-util libraries, use the "--with-apr=" and
"--with-apr-util=" options respectively. For example:
./configure --with-apr=/usr/local/apr --with-apr-util=/usr/local/apr
In order to specify where to look for the Sofia-SIP library, use the "--with-sofia-sip=" option.
In order to generate executables and shared libraries for x86-64 architecture, use the "-m64"
option as follows:
CFLAGS=-m64 CXXFLAGS=-m64 LDFLAGS=-m64 ./configure
In order to generate executables and shared libraries for i386 architecture, use the "-m32" option
CFLAGS=-m32 CXXFLAGS=-m32 LDFLAGS=-m32 ./configure
In order to install the default configuration, use the following commands:
In order to install the default data files, use the following commands:
In order to build a Doxygen generated documentation, use the following command: