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Operating Systems Solaris View file encoding then change encoding. Post 303011122 by vbe on Saturday 13th of January 2018 01:05:44 PM
Old 01-13-2018
Most certainly because of the -i argument...
But to give you a better answer we need to know the OS and version you are using...
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eXosip2 OPTIONS and UA capabilities Management(3)		    libeXosip2			 eXosip2 OPTIONS and UA capabilities Management(3)

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eXosip2 OPTIONS and UA capabilities Management - Functions int eXosip_options_build_request (osip_message_t **options, const char *to, const char *from, const char *route) int eXosip_options_send_request (osip_message_t *options) int eXosip_options_build_answer (int tid, int status, osip_message_t **answer) int eXosip_options_send_answer (int tid, int status, osip_message_t *answer) Detailed Description Function Documentation int eXosip_options_build_request (osip_message_t **options, const char *to, const char *from, const char *route) Build a default OPTIONS message. Parameters: options Pointer for the SIP request to build. to SIP url for callee. from SIP url for caller. route Route header for INVITE. (optional) int eXosip_options_send_request (osip_message_t *options) Send an OPTIONS request. Parameters: options SIP OPTIONS message to send. int eXosip_options_build_answer (inttid, intstatus, osip_message_t **answer) Build answer for an OPTIONS request. Parameters: tid id of OPTIONS transaction. status status for SIP answer to build. answer The SIP answer to build. int eXosip_options_send_answer (inttid, intstatus, osip_message_t *answer) Send answer for an OPTIONS request. Parameters: tid id of OPTIONS transaction. status status for SIP answer to send. answer The SIP answer to send. (default will be sent if NULL) Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for libeXosip2 from the source code. Version 3.1.0 Sun Jun 24 2012 eXosip2 OPTIONS and UA capabilities Management(3)

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