[Freeswitch-users] Newbie (sort of) questions

mazilo Nabble at slickdeals.endjunk.com
Tue Oct 12 07:13:55 PDT 2010

mercutioviz wrote:
> The CLI is most definitely not for end users. The CLI is for admins and
> developers. End users need a purty GUI. FreeSWITCH is like being in the
> Lego
> store: all the bricks you can imagine, but you need to put them together.

Unfortunately, one will probably never learn the inside-out and the
capabilities an FS system can offer if GUI gets involved. In this case, one
is at the mercy of what a GUI can offer which perhaps is no more than 5% of
the total power of FS. However, for a personal daily usage as a simple PBX
system that OP wants, this will probably be different. In this case, I
reckon a small foot-print, i.e. an inexpensive Linux embedded, system that
consumes no more than 5Watts of electricity can easily and smoothly
host/operate FS + GUI these days.

don't and stop are the ONLY two 4-letter words considered offensive to men,
but not when used together.
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