As bristuff still seems to be the most popular way to use HFC Cologne based ISDN cards I’ve patched Asterisk with the lastest bristuff patches from Junghanns. Updated packages for Debian Sarge can be found at their usual location: Add the following line to your /etc/apt/sources.list: deb http://debian.peen.net asterisk/Read more..
Inspired by David’s urge to maximize eye candy on his newly installed Linux machine and old memories of a cutting edge Enlightenment DR16 I decided to check out its latest version. Although still beta, the latest version is called E17. It’s a complete rewrite and has been in development for quite some time now. Based […]Read more..
Two weeks ago XS4ALL introduced ‘Personal Livestream‘, allowing their customers to share their own audio/video stream with an unlimited number of viewers within XS4ALL and a handful on the rest of the Internet. Sounds good? Unfortunatly their website tells you the service will only work with Windows as the service requires Windows Media Encoder. Sound […]Read more..
The last few years I’ve been using Pilmo as my voip provider and am quite pleased with it. The good thing about them is that they supply me with a regular Dutch phone number including a normal area code and not some weird number in one of the dedicated voip number ranges. The bad thing […]Read more..