[Freeswitch-dev] Linux or Windows?

Jan Berger janvb at caselaboratories.com
Mon Nov 5 06:26:36 EST 2007

Depends on what your objective is - who will be maintaining the platform?


The issue is that if you are to introduce a switch based on FreeSWITCH into
any company. That company will have to buy support. That support is 'cheap'
if you use the same OS as they already have knowledge about, but it is
'expensive to introduce OS they have no knowledge about. You will for this
reason find that many companies who run Windows rather will pay the extra
licenses than having Linux or Solaris introduced.






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[mailto:freeswitch-dev-bounces at lists.freeswitch.org] On Behalf Of Ian
Sent: 3. november 2007 17:41
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Subject: [Freeswitch-dev] Linux or Windows?


Hi there,


I was wondering if anyone can offer any info with regards to go linux or


>From what i gather the freeswitch works on both ... so obious linux is free
(opensuse i was thinking of.. maybe something better?)


But what about hardware support, i presume windows would have better
hardware support?


Any info would be gratefully appreciated



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