Telephony

Newbie’s Guide to TrixBox 1.1 and freePBX

Newbie’s Guide to TrixBox 1.1 and freePBX

Monday, July 10, 2006

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Here’s the definitive step-by-step guide to quickly installing the Asterisk@Home replacement, TrixBox 1.1. It includes the CentOS 4.3 version of Linux and Asterisk 1.2.9.1. In addition, you’ll get an Apache web server, SendMail and Asterisk voicemail servers, MySQL, PHP, phpMyAdmin, SugarCRM, NVfaxdetect, Samba for Microsoft file sharing/networking, and much more. The whole project will take you about 90 minutes to complete, and it’s free of charge. This edition of the Newbie’s Guide also adds tips and tricks for those updating from a previous version of Asterisk@Home or TrixBox 1.0.

Asterisk + The National Weather Service = Free Weather Reports For 1,000 Cities From Any Touchtone Phone

Asterisk + The National Weather Service = Free Weather Reports For 1,000 Cities From Any Touchtone Phone

Thursday, June 15, 2006

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Whether it’s a quick weather update or a seven-day forecast, you’ll now be able to listen to it from any touchtone phone by dialing 611 and then a three-digit airport code for any of 1,000 cities you’re interested in. All you’ll need is a free Asterisk@Home or TrixBox server, the free Flite speech synthesis engine, our free MySQL database of airport codes and cities in the United States, and, of course, version 2 of our free Asterisk text-to-speech weather application. Here’s how …

Newbie’s Guide to TrixBox 1.0 and FreePBX 2.1.1, Part I

Newbie’s Guide to TrixBox 1.0 and FreePBX 2.1.1, Part I

Wednesday, June 7, 2006

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Here’s the definitive step-by-step guide to quickly installing the brand new Asterisk@Home replacement, TrixBox 1.0. It includes the CentOS 4.3 version of Linux and Asterisk 1.2.7.1. In addition, you’ll get an Apache web server, SendMail and Asterisk voicemail servers, MySQL, PHP, phpMyAdmin, SugarCRM, NVfaxdetect, Samba for Microsoft file sharing/networking, and much more. The whole project will take you about 90 minutes to complete, and it’s free of charge. This edition of the Newbie’s Guide also adds tips and tricks for those updating from a previous version of Asterisk@Home.

Weather, Weather, Everywhere: Asterisk Weather Forecasts at the Touch of a Button for Any U.S. City

Weather, Weather, Everywhere: Asterisk Weather Forecasts at the Touch of a Button for Any U.S. City

Thursday, May 18, 2006

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Ever wanted a weather report from your phone for any city in the U.S. with the touch of three buttons? You’re 15 minutes away. Here’s how …

Introducing Flite: A Voice Synthesis System That Really Works With Asterisk@Home

Introducing Flite: A Voice Synthesis System That Really Works With Asterisk@Home

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

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Today we finally have a solution for everyone that has wished for the good ol’ days when the Festival text-to-speech engine actually worked in Asterisk@Home…

The Next Frontier: Introducing Asterisk@Home 2.8 and freePBX

The Next Frontier: Introducing Asterisk@Home 2.8 and freePBX

Monday, May 1, 2006

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Here’s a quick tips-and-tricks guide to quickly installing the latest, greatest version of Asterisk@Home: version 2.8. It includes the CentOS 4.3 version of Linux and Asterisk 1.2.7.1. In addition, you’ll get the all-new freePBX 2.01, an Apache web server, SendMail and Comedian mail servers, MySQL, PHP, phpMyAdmin, SugarCRM, NVfaxdetect, Samba for Microsoft file sharing/networking, and much more.

Introducing The Idolizer: Free Asterisk AutoDialer for American Idol® Addicts

Introducing The Idolizer: Free Asterisk AutoDialer for American Idol® Addicts

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

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Let Asterisk cast your votes on American Idol® while you read a good book! Here’s how …

VoipDiscount.com: Free Asterisk Calling Returns to the VoIP Wild West

VoipDiscount.com: Free Asterisk Calling Returns to the VoIP Wild West

Wednesday, April 5, 2006

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Want to make unlimited free calls with Asterisk to anywhere in the U.S., Canada, and 50 other countries? Here’s how …