G.729 copy protection error w/svn trunk, Athlon 64 X2

I’m trying to use Digium’s G.729a codec with a recent Asterisk svn trunk version (r104047) on an Athlon 64 X2 system running OpenSUSE 10.2 with the kernel. I’m using the version of the G.729a codec in:


My asterisk.conf maps:

The license file is the only file in /var/lib/asterisk/licenses, and the Host-IDs match.

When I start Asterisk, I get the following G.729-related messages:

[Feb 23 12:09:18] VERBOSE[13415] logger.c: .[Feb 23 12:09:18] VERBOSE[13415] logger.c: == Registered file format g729, extension(s) g729 [Feb 23 12:09:18] VERBOSE[13415] logger.c: format_g729.so => (Raw G729 data) [Feb 23 12:09:18] VERBOSE[13415] logger.c: .[Feb 23 12:09:18] NOTICE[13415] codec_g729.c: G.729 transcoding module version 32, Copyright (C) 1999-2007 Digium, Inc. [Feb 23 12:09:18] NOTICE[13415] codec_g729.c: This module is supplied under a commercial license granted by Digium, Inc. [Feb 23 12:09:18] NOTICE[13415] codec_g729.c: Please see the full license text supplied by the accompanying [Feb 23 12:09:18] NOTICE[13415] codec_g729.c: "register" utility, or ask for a copy from Digium. [Feb 23 12:09:18] NOTICE[13415] codec_g729.c: This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project [Feb 23 12:09:18] NOTICE[13415] codec_g729.c: for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/) [Feb 23 12:09:18] NOTICE[13415] codec_g729.c: Copyright (C) 1998-2006 The OpenSSL Project [Feb 23 12:09:18] VERBOSE[13415] logger.c: == G.729 Host-ID: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx [Feb 23 12:09:18] WARNING[13415] codec_g729.c: Failed to initialize G.729 copy protection! [Feb 23 12:09:18] VERBOSE[13415] logger.c: codec_g729a.so => (Annex A/B (floating point) G.729 Codec (optimized for opteron))

The translation table shows no valid translations to/from g729.

Is it likely this error message represents a problem finding the license, or a version incompatibility, or something else entirely? None of the other Opteron-compiled codecs will load at all with this version of Asterisk. Any clues will be much appreciated!