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Re: Classic Telephone Call on PC

Gerhard Nowak (
Wed, 6 Apr 2005 19:56:41 +0400

Yes, I think you are right! Again after failed welding activities
I will have to finally install the asterisk in my Redhat 9.0,
but I don`t know, if the X-pro also will work there.

Only I am not so convinced about Linux yet: Just two days ago I
installed Amule on it and it was running fine, but soon it crashed and
couldn`t be uninstalled anymore (bcause it says "no such file
installed") and when I try to reinstall the .rpm it says "is already

Such thing will never happen in Windows, btw., Linux also didn`t
recognize the soundcard yet and there is no special Linux-driver out
there for this. (Redhat 9.0 on an IBM TP600E Laptop)

Thanks to everybody.


Robert Bonomi <> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

> In article <>, Gerhard Nowak
> <> wrote:

> Heck, why didn't you _say_ that's what you wanted to do? Doing -that-
> is an entirely different matter than what you first asked about.

> See <>

> The price is right -- the software is free, Although it won't run
> under MS Windows, the Windows "replacement" that is required is also
> free.

> Ding, ding, ding! we have a winner! Asterisk requires Linux, or
> similar.

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