installing lingphone or any other voip phone working with linux
anthony.baldwin01 at comcast.net
Sat Nov 17 19:05:48 UTC 2007
anthony baldwin wrote:
> Jonathan Kaye wrote:
>> machu pichu wrote:
>>> Hi, First of all THANKS in advance for the help. Where I live people
>>> I ask have not even heard of linux. Please tell me if I am here at the
>>> right address, if not, where do I go with my questions!
>>> I am using ubuntu7.10 installed gutsy gibbon
>>> With the previous operating system, the last one that came out !, I used
>>> Voipstunt phone. I have been unable to get an answer from them, if they
>>> serve ubuntu.
>>> Now I found lingphone
>>> Which version do I need to download ?
>>> With what application do I open it ?
>>> How do I install it ?
>>> May be you can suggest another voip phone which is usable in Europe.
>>> just phone will do, no video needed.
>>> There are various applets
>>> Which one do I need ?
>>> How do I install them?
>>> Thank you, regards
>> Hi M,
>> You might want to try twinklephone. It navigates NAT's very well and has
>> excellent voice quality. You can find it here:
>> Otherwise, sjphone is quite good.
>> I never got good performance from Linphone but I haven't tried it recently
>> maybe it's better now.
> There´s also ekiga (formerly gnomemeeting) http://ekiga.org/
> And Asterisk http://www.asterisk.org/
> and sipX http://www.sipfoundry.org/use.html#Open_Source_PBX
> and Kphone http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/KPhone
> and linphone http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Linphone
> and skype does have a linux client,
> ah, choices...
> FOSS rocks!
oh yeah...skype is not foss, however,
even though it is available for free.
I think the same is true of asterisk.
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