Asterisk PBX

3rd Party Package Requesting

Postby AcAp » Wed May 18, 2005 11:16 pm

Source and docs may be found at:

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Asterisk is an open source PBX software. The most recent boom to asterisk is the ability to run on a LINKSYS WRT router though the OS of openWRT. With this implementation, it allows you to have a regular router run asterisk. I think it would be imperative for freesco to be able to do the same thing. The WRTs have no more than 4 Mb of ram so its not huge to have on there. If someone could make a freesco package for it for 0.3.x that would be awesome and vital to the freesco community.
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Postby TalkingToes » Wed May 18, 2005 11:40 pm

Hi, and sorry.

As you have hopefully read elsewhere, Freesco is running a 2.0.xx series kernel, and per <a href='' target='_blank'>this page</a>, it requires a 2.4.xx series kernel.

Might be someday, when they can figure how to make a 2.4 kernel and utilities fit on a single floppy.

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Postby lgrfbs » Sat May 30, 2009 8:18 am

is it still 2.0.xx series kernel in the new freesco?
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Postby Lightning » Sat May 30, 2009 12:30 pm

is it still 2.0.xx series kernel in the new freesco?
Yes the 0.4.x series is still a lib5 2.0.x kernel.
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