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  1. I'm looking for suggestions for toll-free SIP/IAX termination at affordable rates that allows 20-30 channels. Any suggestions?
  2. Try running glxgears and seeing what the framerate is. If the framerate is a mere few hundred frames per second than chances are that you do not have drivers installed with 3D acceleration support. On my system glxgears returns around 6000FPS. 28668 frames in 5.0 seconds = 5733.600 FPS 32863 frames in 5.0 seconds = 6572.600 FPS 33657 frames in 5.0 seconds = 6731.400 FPS
  3. I've been in love with Fluxbox on FreeBSD since I got into *nix. I don't watch movies, don't listen to mp3's, or any of that on my *nix boxes; that's what my OSX and Windows machines are for. I'm not much into themes either.
  4. Ok, I got iax to work coming in for FWD, but I still cannot get outgoing to work. The instructions on the fwd page dont' seem to work right.
  5. I've read the materials in the wiki. The problem is that when I attempt to use x-lite to place a call through the asterisk box it says 'call not approved'. Any ideas?
  6. Natas, have you configured asterisk to work with x-lite or something like that for the clients? And also, I need help getting FWD to work for outgoing calls. Thanks again.
  7. I need a SIP gateway and was wondering if asterisk can be used as a SIP gateway or if I need something like SIP Express Router. Any input would be appreciated.
  8. I am extremely happy with my iBook. The extended warranty is very nice, the local Apple store has their own repair facility on the grounds and repairs the machines within 24 hours or replaces them (as long as you buy the warranty). My machine is covered in full for the next three years. If you tweak Mac OSX a bit it is very quick and IMO one of the best OS' I have ever used. I have no problems working with Windows machines from my iBook, you can download and install the ports collection for installing software (or a debian-like package system called Fink). It seems to be the best of both worlds. You get a nice usuable desktop OS with some power under the hood. I pretty much gave up on x86 laptops; they've been nothing but a headache for . As for the tadpoles that specter spoke of, they are awesome if you can find one and afford the damn thing. They are the most insanely overpriced laptops that I have looked into.
  9. I had the same problem with IE not working. Run the XP Winsock fix and that should do the trick. http://www.spychecker.com/program/winsockxpfix.html
  10. I dunno bro .. I have used the CCNA Virtual Lab software for Windows and it was damn good. Maybe run it under wine. I haven't seen any linux software that was comparable to it.
  11. http://www.hriders.com/Membership/XUDRegister.asp These guys claim to offer free 100Gb email accounts. Has anyone dealt with this site yet?
  12. I came across this site today and thought I'd let ya'll know about it. I found it very helpful in learning more about how certain aspects of telephony work. Enjoy. http://www.discovercircuits.com/T/telephone.htm
  13. Slackware and Debian work really well on older hardware. Also, you might want to read an article by dual_parallel called 'Running Fat Distros on Thin Hardware'. His article can be read at http://tinyurl.com/6dvs6
  14. I really liked the first episode .. downloading #2 now. Look for your show to be on my mirror within a few hours. Keep up the good work.
  15. My school uses the last six of your social for a password. They give you the option of changing it .. however, the server always is reported as down when you attempt to do so. But hey, what else would you expect from a school that has all their unpatched *NIX boxen in the DMZ =p.