Andrew Gillis officially announced a few days ago the 22.214.171.124 version of his trixbox Linux distribution. The release fixed all problems related to a non-working package manager and some kernel-panics caused by several PSTN cards. "I just released 126.96.36.199. This is a rollup release [with] a bunch of bug fixes and the latest version of all our packages. All trixbox users are recommended to upgrade to this release. Especially 2.6.x.x users."
, said Andrew Gillis in the official release announcement.
Also included in this version are some Graphical User Interface fixes and improvements. Support for newer Realtek network cards is also a highlight of this release.
· Fax support;
· Music On Hold;
· Voicemail to Email;
· Remote Extensions;
· Call Queues;
· Easy updates through an included package manager;
· Paging and intercom;
· OSLEC, an open source Echo Cancellation solution;
· Enhanced CDR Reports;
· Time-Based Routing;
· IVR Menu Systems;
· Unlimited extensions;
· Follow-me application;
· Web Access to Voicemail;
· Phone Provisioning Tool;
· Network Settings Tool. About trixbox
trixbox, an IP-PBX software solution, was designed for small and medium-sized businesses. It comes in two versions, a free open-source community edition (CE) and a hybrid-hosted commercial one.
trixbox CE began in 2004 as Asterisk@Home, a telephony application platform that quickly became a very popular solution. trixbox CE brings in one solution the best open source telephony tools and a trixbox dashboard used to configure and manage IP-PBX systems through an efficient web interface (with Apache, mySQL and PHP included). Apart from Asterisk, trixbox is also based on CentOS, FreePBX 2.3 and Web MeetMe 3. trixbox can be configured to handle anything from a single home line to several T1s in large scale call centers.
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