[Freeswitch-users] The "awesome FreeSWITCH book"

Steve Matzura sm at noisynotes.com
Tue Jan 19 15:47:18 MSK 2016

Thank you. While I've been reading it, I've found there are a lot of
things in there that just don't jibe with how things went when I
installed it from a package management system. For instance, I didn't
have to really do anything but enter a couple install commands. The
book describes installation in a lot more detail and talks about stuff
I never even had to deal with. Maybe a lot has change since 1.2 to
make that easier?

On Mon, 18 Jan 2016 20:32:29 -0500, you wrote:

>It is fine, as far as I remember.
>Steve Matzura <sm at noisynotes.com> wrote:
>> Before I lay my money down, does anyone know if this is useable with
>> alternative format outputs such as braille displays and/or speech
>> synthesis via the Kindle Reader on either the OSX or iOS platforms?
>> Windows Kindle is a bit of a pile, sometimes the Mac and iOS versions
>> work a lot better. There is also an older version of it on Bookshare
>> (http://www.bookshare.org) and I'm wondering if just because it's
>> three years old, is it out-of-date? If it is, what can I do to help
>> move the process along for getting an updated edition into Bookshare?
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