sauravkp wrote:Thanks for the reply.
OpenwebRTC is not yet ready for real world webrtc implementation . WebRTC in itself is no big deal who knows basic java script.The toughest part is signalling. I am currently working on it. The problem I am facing is that I am not able to install latest version of mozilla firefox on Raspberry Pi. The day I can do that all my problems will be solved.I tried the demo openwebrtc website and it didn't worked with safari on my mac but it worked on firefox. Therefore, I am trying to create a super lightweight cross compiled linux distro like Arch Linux on top of which I will be installing an WebRTC capable browser.
"mozilla firefox on Raspberry Pi." not feasible whatsoever, yes I am being pedantic
Actually Firefox version 35.0.1 is in Arch Linux Arm repository which is the latest release, have you actually tried this ?
IceWeasel 31.4.0 ESR (Firefox 31 ESR) is in Raspbian Wheezy (Firefox 38 ESR is released around June), yes Ice is based on Extended Support Releases.
Unfortunately in general many add-ons and extensions will not imlement when the Browser is compiled for ARMHF
Thinking outside the box is better than burying your head in the sand...