[Asterisk-Dev] UK Caller ID patch and new CVS
dking at pimpsoft.com
dking at pimpsoft.com
Sat Jul 24 13:30:43 MST 2004
So where is the patch set?
On 23 Jul 2004 at 15:29, Conroy, Lawrence (SMTP) wrote:
> Hi folks,
> First, many thanks to the good people who developed this patch set.
> I now get Caller ID on my home line, so I do have a use for the
> Pissy that was keeping my door open (and one of its PCI slots).
> I have an X100P and S100U and that's it for zaptel devices so
> this hack is fine by me. Progress tone/Busy Detection/Call Cleardown
> supervision is a "bridge too far", but at least I can process based
> on who's calling at last; A GOOD THING. Mother-in-Law processing is Go.
> As I understand it, the patch includes a low-level hack to the kernel
> driver to add the ring buffer. Look at the bugnotes - the concern seems
> to be that this may lead to fragility in the core code and make it
> to maintain for other zaptel devices. Fair enough - I don't use any of
> other kinds of zaptel devices, so I'm unfamiliar with the code.
> However, this one's going to be in my standard "download, patch, build"
> cycle from now one unless someone goes out of their way to break it.
> We have contribs in Asterisk, so is it time to get contribs in Zaptel
> as well?
> all the best,
> On 23 Jul 2004, at 14:12, Andrew Kohlsmith wrote:
> > <snip>
> > It's just Good Karma to support Digium.
> > Frankly though, I don't think ANYONE should buy these cards, clone or
> > no -- Get
> > the TDMxx series.
> Does progress tone/call supervision/CLI work in the UK for the TDM4xx?
> (at least now CLI works with the X100P :).
> In my experience, ISDN works very well with Junghanns's excellent
> (and the AVM passive cards are cheaper) so if a couple of lines is all
> you need, ...
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