freeswitch on ubuntun server repo?

Peng Li lipeng8577 at
Sun Sep 27 19:05:57 UTC 2009

HI Dave,
sorry, my bad to confuse the version 1.6 Asterisk with ver 1.04 Freeswitch.
It would be fantantistic to have a ubuntu Server targetted for VOIP server,
for Asterisk, Freeswitch, OpenSER, RTPproxy, STUN (ice), etc. So, we can get
a lean and stable minimal components to have these system running.

I will join ubuntu-voip alias( never knew there's one before).


On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 6:57 AM, Dave Walker <DaveWalker at> wrote:

> Peng Li wrote:
> > Hi Guys,
> > I Noticed that you guys have Asterisk 1.6 in the repo, would there be a
> > plan for other equivalent voip package? say,, OpenSER,
> >   RTPproxy,SERWEB.
> >
> > It would also be great if some VoIP expert/Ubuntu Expert to have a
> > know-how writting about how to tailor Ubuntu Server to the leanest
> > state/installed package(dont install anything else except for a
> > slim/stable system and voip apps) to run only these VoIP. So we can
> > produce an VoIP appliance to a production service.
> >
> > many thanks
> > peng
> Hi Peng,
> One of the things I wanted to achieve in this cycle was getting 1.6 into
> Karmic.  There are currently no plans to try and introduce freeswitch
> into karmic.  That is however on my to-do list for karmic+1.  Debian is
> also trying to package Freeswitch, but is currently experiencing some
> issues caused by both additional dependencies, and cleaning up
> installation locations.
> A vanilla Ubuntu Server is quite lean and stable, I have sites running
> 25-300 extensions with just Asterisk and not having openSER in conjunction.
> If you feel something should be included in the Ubuntu VOIP stack, I
> would ask that you raise a bug on launchpad and subscribe the
> ubuntu-voip team.  However, It is possibly too late in the cycle for
> anything non-crucial to get into Karmic.
> Kind Regards,
> Dave Walker
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