[Fwd: [Voip-select] Bayonne 2 GPL licensed telephony server introduced on Microsoft Windows]

Kilian Krause kk@verfaction.de
Sun, 12 Jun 2005 17:06:15 +0200

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Hi Mark,

do you think we should move bayonne to bayonne2 replacing what's in SID
now or upload as new source?

-------- Weitergeleitete Nachricht --------
Von: David Sugar <dyfet@ostel.com>
Antwort an: dyfet@gnutelephony.org
An: Vox Gratia VoIP List <voip-select@voxgratia.org>
Betreff: [Voip-select] Bayonne 2 GPL licensed telephony server
introduced on Microsoft Windows
Datum: Sun, 12 Jun 2005 08:42:33 -0400

On June 6th, I made initially available a second generation Bayonne=20
telephony server for immediate testing and further development.  This=20
new server offers support both for wired and protocol stack based=20
telephony drivers, including initial support for SIP and H323.  Bayonne=20
2 uses a simplified driver model and exposes core functionality both=20
through an interface library and a model script driven voice application=20
server.  This initial release was to allow full public testing and=20
development of Bayonne 2 to officially begin, and as such has a limited=20
functional range which will be expanded upon over the summer months.

As of June 12th, GNU Bayonne 2 0.2.0 is now available from the GNU ftp
site, ftp.gnu.org, under /gnu/bayonne.  You will also need commoncpp2,
ccscript3, ccaudio2, and ccrtp, which are all available from the gnu
site.  To use SIP, you will need to install GNU osip2 and exosip, as
explained in the installation guide.  To use H323 support, you will need
a current release of OpenH323 and PWLIB, along with a relatively recent
version of gcc under a relatively recent distro, such as Debian Testing
(Debian 3.1) or Ubuntu, or alternately you can build Bayonne 2 nativily
under Microsoft Visual Studio.

GNU Bayonne2 0.2.0 is also the first release of our GPL licensed=20
telephony server to be made available for installation and immediate=20
testing under Microsoft Windows.  I will continue to principally develop=20
Bayonne for multiple Posix platforms, including FreeBSD, MacOS/X,=20
Solaris, and especially GNU/Linux.  However, I will also make future=20
builds concurrently available under Microsoft Windows as well.

The 0.2.0 release also introduces the Bayonne w32 installer
(Bayonne2.exe) for those who do not wish to compile the server=20
themselves.  You should use the CAPE.exe installer first (1.3.11 or
later), as it includes many of the essential runtime libraries required
for GNU Bayonne 2.  This initial release was made to facilitate testing
and further development of GNU Bayonne 2 under the Microsoft Windows
target platform, and includes a build for the soundcard and sip drivers
only.  In the very near future, I will add Voicetronix and h323 builds
for the w32 build environment as well.

Any questions should be sent to dyfet@gnutelephony.org.  Further=20
information and links to downloads may be found through=20
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