VoIP software for ubuntu
ubuntu.ramesh at gmail.com
Sat Jul 16 09:12:09 UTC 2005
Skype is the best VoIP for ubuntu and debain as far my usage and knowledge.
Thanks and Regards,
On 7/16/05, Maxim <badran at gmail.com> wrote:
> well I think you can install skype... as it works on linux :)
> On 7/15/05, Al Gordon <runlevel7 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 7/15/05, Fajar Priyanto <fajarpri at cbn.net.id > wrote:
> > > I'm trying Asterisk at home. Has anyone try it? Is it really easier than
> > > regular asterisk?
> > I run Asterisk at Home... at home. ;) It's nice if you just want to set
> > up a dedicated computer to act as a PBX for you, and not really have
> > to know anything about how to install or maintain Linux servers or
> > phone systems. You just pop in a CD, boot the system, and watch it
> > wipe your hard drive and install itself. Once it finishes doing its
> > thing, you have a CentOS-based system running a pre-configured
> > Asterisk server with a web front-end to things such as configuration,
> > voicemail, etc.
> > If you don't want to dedicate a computer to just being a PBX system,
> > run Asterisk on your distro of choice. You won't get all of the fancy
> > web interfaces that A at H provides, unless you install them yourself,
> > but you'll probably get a little more flexibility, since you can
> > configure * to do whatever you need it to, without a web gui and
> > someone else's idea of how things should be set up getting in your
> > way.
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