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Package: asterisk14


Depends: openssl, ncurses, libcurl, zlib, termcap, libstdc++, popt

Suggests: asterisk14-chan-capi, asterisk14-core-sounds-en-alaw, asterisk14-core-sounds-en-g729, asterisk14-core-sounds-en-gsm, asterisk14-core-sounds-en-ulaw, asterisk14-extra-sounds-en-alaw, asterisk14-extra-sounds-en-g729, asterisk14-extra-sounds-en-gsm, asterisk14-extra-sounds-en-ulaw, asterisk14-moh-freeplay-alaw, asterisk14-moh-freeplay-g729, asterisk14-moh-freeplay-gsm, asterisk14-moh-freeplay-ulaw, asterisk14-gui, libogg, radiusclient-ng, sqlite2, unixodbc, iksemel, net-snmp

Conflicts: asterisk, asterisk16, asterisk-sounds, asterisk-chan-capi

Status: install user installed

Architecture: mipsel


Asterisk is the world's most popular open source telephony project. Under development since 1999, Asterisk is free, open source software that turns an ordinary computer into a feature-rich voice communications server. Asterisk makes it simple to create and deploy a wide range of telephony applications and services.

frater: I finally decided to use the httpd of busybox for the the asterisk-GUI. It already has a small footprint and can run in xinetd mode. It will not use memory if not used and only xinetd will listen....

Accessing the GUI


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