[asterisk-users] IAX2 client for "eee pc 1000"

henry at henrythebig.com henry at henrythebig.com
Sun Nov 16 10:11:43 CST 2008

On my eeePC I install windows, for the same reasons, sound & video drivers...

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-----Original Message-----
From: Joseph <syscon780 at gmail.com>

Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2008 22:39:40 
To: Asterisk Users Mailing List - Non-Commercial Discussion<asterisk-users at lists.digium.com>
Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] IAX2 client for "eee pc 1000"

I just tried it from a stick, nice looking but too many bugs:
camera and mic don't work: so useless for conversation.

and that was posted 2008-08-26 now is Nov. 15/08 and it still doesn't work, so no mic no conversation :-/

Some suggested SIP; no SIP is not a solution if I'm behind a firewall especially on someone's network.


On 11/15/08 20:49, Alex Robar wrote:
>I installed eeeUbuntu ( http://www.ubuntu-eee.com/ ). I followed
>instructions on their wiki to create the USB-stick installer from another
>Ubuntu PC that I have. It looks like they've made the process even easier
>now, with a GUI-based application that will prep a USB stick with any ISO
>that you choose. Once you've got Ubuntu running, the 1000 series should have
>more than enough horsepower to run any number of great IAX2 softphones. As I
>mentioned, I'm running ZoIPer, but it's not the most light or stable
>application out there. As David suggested, KIAX2 is pretty good. If SIP
>works as an alternative, there's a plethora of other great applications.
>Alex Robar
>alex.robar at gmail.com
>On Sat, Nov 15, 2008 at 8:13 PM, Joseph <syscon780 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Well, I've tried to find Ubuntu but so fare I'm not sure which one. I have
>> eee pc 1000 (one with 40GB SSD so plenty of room for any modern distro.
>> Which ubuntu did you loaded?  It has to be something that loads onto USB
>> bootable stick (and not through Windows as I don't have one).
>> --
>> #Joseph
>> GPG KeyID: ED0E1FB7
>> On 11/15/08 19:01, Alex Robar wrote:
>> >Hi Joseph,
>> >
>> >Not directly related to your question (it's more an answer for the
>> >"something better" part of your plan), but I've loaded Ubuntu onto my Asus
>> >eeePC 4G Surf, and I've found that ZoIPer works pretty well.
>> >
>> >Cheers,
>> >AR
>> >
>> >--
>> >Alex Robar
>> >alex.robar at gmail.com

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