[Freeswitch-dev] Status of ubuntu/debian packages.
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Wed Sep 23 09:22:40 PDT 2009
I will be very happy to test them, can you share the source and procedure
to create the .debs?
It will be also very good to find ways to have a cepstral package included
*pending the licence* of course :)
Stopping junk mailers is good for the environment
> Just to give everyone an update. There are working Ubuntu packages in a
> launchpad ppa. Debian users can add the ppa to their apt sources and
> build the package on your box. I'm currently using the packages on my
> home box and it is working great.
> Alright. I'm looking for people who want to use the packages. There are
> built packages for Ubuntu 8.04, 8.10, 9.04, and I'm working on 9.10 as
> well. I'm building two apt repos. One will have nightly builds and the
> other will be for tagged releases, plus any major bug fixes.
> Thanks to Frank, we now have everything split out into separate files
> for everything. This is to try to reduce the amount of stuff you 'have'
> to download by default. We have the en-us-callie sounds packaged at 8k,
> 16k, 32k, and 48k, we also have packaged the russian-elena and music on
> hold at the same qualities. If there are other languages, or voices I'd
> be more than happy to package them. I just need the 48k. Also we have
> separated the packages out so you can specify which mods you want, such
> as mod_perl, mod_python, mod_lua are all separate so you can install
> them if you want.
> tagged releases:
> The tagged released packages will start with the 1.0.5 tagged release
> which some say should be coming out soon.
> Any one who would like to help out feel free to sign up with a launchpad
> account, and request to join the driver team of either or both ppa's.
> Once we have some people using the packages, and testing them, I have
> already talked to some of the ubuntu official package maintainers about
> what would need to be done to add freeswitch into the ubuntu multiverse
> Any questions?
> -William King (quentusrex)
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