Minor Asterisk for FRITZ!Box Update

I am a little short on time, so I will keep this post short.

In brief: If you had trouble compiling Asterisk against the current Freetz development branch or an Asterisk version built against an older version was regularly crashing when establishing a new connection, this update is for you.

The updated version is available for download at http://github.com/ginkel/asterisk-freetz-build/tarball/v0.5. As usual, code contributions are welcome. The source code is available on GitHub.

Confused? ;-) This post tells you what this is all about.


2 Responses to “Minor Asterisk for FRITZ!Box Update”

  1. MattG says:

    I’m wondering if you’ve tried the 1.8 branch of Asterisk on Freetz? I’m interested in trying to get the GoogleTalk integration working on Asterisk to enable free dialing/receiving of US-based phone numbers and using the FXO port on the device.

    Just curious.

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