[RossLUG] Tonights Meeting
tng at chegwin.org
Tue Apr 3 09:51:01 UTC 2012
Thanks for last nights great demo Jon. I was looking to see how
difficult it would be to install FreePBX on Debian and it's not too
I wonder why they decided to go down the install from shell script
route instead of packaging it up into RPMs and .debs.
Still FreePBX looks like it takes a lot of the head scratching over
the Asterisk config files away. Last time I looked at it (6 or 7 years
ago) it was the config (and associated setup time) that put me off as
well as the cost of the Digium cards.
These are the cheapo FXO/FXS cards:
Now whether they are any good or if they are the usual fleabay tat, I
don't know. $637 for the equivalent Digium card though:
On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 10:10 AM, Jonathan Archer <jon at rosslug.org.uk> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Thanks for another good meet last night, hope you all enjoyed or at
> least got something from my session on Asterisk.
> If anyone has any questions fire away, I'll do my best.
> I'm going to follow up with a few links and services that may be of use
> to anyone wishing to have a go.
> We were trying to remember what the topic of next month was due to be:
> May - to be held 14th May - Home/Car entertainment with XBMC
> On Mon, 2012-04-02 at 10:04 +0100, Jonathan Archer wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Just a reminder that the April meeting will take place this evening at
>> the usual time and place of 7:30pm at Fearns Sports Centre.
>> The topic for this month is Asterisk.
>> If anyone will be bringing a laptop and would like to connect up as a
>> Voip Client would you install a suitable piece of software such as
>> Ekiga, Twinkle, Linuxphone etc.. these are available in most
>> repositories... I prefer Twinkle personally.
>> Also, Android phones have a decent client if you aren't running
>> Gingerbread 2.3.4 or above, this is called sipdroid and is available
>> free in the market place... There is another client c-sip-simple but
>> I've had audio problems with this software.
>> See you tonight.
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