Installing Yate from Source on Ubuntu 20.04

Here’s my build instructions for compiling and running Yate on Ubuntu 20.04 from source:

apt-get update
apt-get install wget make gcc autoconf subversion libsctp-dev libsctp1 g++ -y
cd /usr/src
svn checkout yate
cd yate
vi /etc/modprobe.preload

Enable SCTP by adding “sctp” into the file and saving, then we can get on with compilation:

modprobe sctp
sysctl -p
./configure --enable-sctp=yes
make install-noapi
yate -V

And done, Yate installed with SCTP support, for all your SIGTRAN needs!

Soon we’ll be using this in our series investigating SS7 networks…

2 thoughts on “Installing Yate from Source on Ubuntu 20.04

  1. How you solve the issue with qt4client.h:59:10: fatal error: QSound: Dont exist file

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