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Nerd Vittles: Tricking out your TrixBox

Nerd Vittles posted today about some awesome tips and tricks and a couple of fallbacks on the new TrixBox 1.2 release. Make sure to check out the full article.

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For those that thought we’d dropped off the face of the planet, good news. Not yet. If you haven’t heard, there’s a new version of TrixBox, 1.2. And we’ve given it the old college try for a week or two with about that same results pictured in this old comic book. On some platforms, it runs just fine. On others, including our VMware for Windows machines, it’s a nightmare. The voice synthesis system is again broken, freePBX can’t reload Asterisk without completely shutting down and restarting Asterisk (amportal restart). And there appear to be all sorts of interrupt or timing problems that we’ve never seen before … going back to Asterisk@Home 1.2. We attribute many of the problems to a new version of CentOS and Asterisk, both of which are bundled into the TrixBox 1.2 package, but who knows. What we do know is TrixBox 1.2 is a little too Bleeding Edge for our taste, and most of the Nerd Vittles goodies that depend upon the Flite speech engine no longer work on many machines.

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2 Responses to “Nerd Vittles: Tricking out your TrixBox”

  1. Wow, that is a very big compliment! Thanks a lot Mike!

  2. Russian translation of FreePBX’s web interface updated.
    Thanks to me!



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