[Freeswitch-users] Skypiax, Skype endpoint and trunk, revamped
tayeb.meftah at gmail.com
Sat Aug 8 14:32:29 PDT 2009
i'm using mod_skypiax
is working very perfectly in my ubuntu machine, no problem or bug
only remember the featur that i requested,
hide the skype client to the system tray and prev it from poping up
Giovanni Maruzzelli wrote:
> Ciao FreeSWITCHers,
> please have a look at the much changed wiki page:
> http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Skypiax_Skype_Endpoint_and_Trunk and
> checkout and test the code in svn.
> Much has happened, various bug fixes and features added.
> Most notable:
> - multiple instances of the same Skype username on Linux (eg: running
> 20 concurrent channels as "Bob" Skype user)
> - adding and removing interfaces on the fly (patch sent by Muhammad Shahzad)
> - easier creation of Skype clients configuration directory
> - reduced latency
> - better robustness
> - running as Windows Service
> - customized ALSA driver for more devices with less IRQs and context switches
> - custom kernel tickless and 100HZ (eg. solves high load problems in
> CentOS and in virtualization)
> - interactive command line client for prototyping
> Also, please note that ALSA drivers version 1.0.20 seems to be much
> more stable in our kind of usage (snd-dummy).
> Various other enhancements will come, but in the mean time please give
> feedback on the current svn code (we want to be robust for the 1.0.4
> Release :-) )
> See you all at www.cluecon.com, talk on Skypiax August 4th at 4.30 pm !
> Giovanni Maruzzelli
> via Pierlombardo 9, 20135 Milano
> gmaruzz at celliax dot org
> Cell : +39-347-2665618
> Fax : +39-02-87390039
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