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Advanced Asterisk configuration in Ubuntu

This is a advanced Asterisk configuration tutorial for Ubuntu. I am assuming you have already installed Asterisk, if you haven’t check out my other tutorial found here for how to install Asterisk. Or if you are interested in a more simple setup check out my Basic Asterisk configuration here. If you do not have a Vo-IP registrar I prefer voip.ms. If …

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Basic Asterisk configuration in Ubuntu

This is a basic Asterisk configuration tutorial for Ubuntu. I am assuming you have already installed Asterisk, if you haven’t check out my other tutorial found here for how to install Asterisk. After completing this guide your Asterisk will be able to : Host calls locally Access mail boxes We will be editing the following files: sip.conf extensions.conf voicemail.conf These files …

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How to install Ubuntu Desktop 13.04 (Raring Ringtail)

Ubuntu Desktop 13.04 is the newest version released by Canonical which is code named Raring Ringtail. This guide will just go through the basic steps of installing Ubuntu Desktop 13.04 from beginning to end. You can download Ubuntu Desktop 13.04 from Canonical here. Lets begin!   Installing Ubuntu Desktop 13.04 Select what language you would like to install. I am going to …

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How to install Ubuntu Server 13.04 (Raring Ringtail)

Ubuntu Server 13.04 is the newest version released by Canonical which is code named Raring Ringtail. This guide will just go through the basic steps of installing Ubuntu Server 13.04 from beginning to end. You can download Ubuntu Server 13.04 from Canonical here. Lets begin!   Installing Ubuntu Server 13.04 Select what language you would like to install. I am going …

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Using SoX to create GSM audio files in Ubuntu

SoX (Sound eXchange) SoX is a popular and free sound software that allows you to both read and create audio sound files. This guide will show you how to use SoX to create GSM (Global System for Mobile) audio files. GSM audo files are used telephony use. You have probably heard them used in a IVR (Inerative Voice Response) system through …

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Installing Asterisk in Ubuntu

Asterisk is a tool that enables PBX (Private Branch Exchange) integration. Before we start installing asterisk you should know that this Asterisk PBX enables a PSTN (public switched telephone network) and VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) connection to communicate with one another. In this guide I will just show you how to install Asterisk. Lets start installing asterisk! Type in the …

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Installing phpMyAdmin in Ubuntu

Installing phpMyAdmin in Ubuntu is fairly easy. It involves using apt-get,  determining the web server you want to configure it for, which in this case is apache2 and having the password of the MySQL database user you are configuring it for. You will also have to add a line of code in your apache2 configuration so it knows to include phpMyAdmin it in it’s web …

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Setting up a static IP address in Ubuntu

Setting up a static IP address in Ubuntu is very easy! Before getting started though I recommend doing this at the terminal itself or be within a close proximity of it. So that if you do make an error and lose connectivity you can revert the changes easily! Note that when setting up a static IP you should first review your …

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Installing LAMP in Ubuntu

Installing LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) is easy! Hands down LAMP is one of the most useful and easily installed comprehensive like stack that you can install in Ubuntu. There are a few ways to install LAMP on Ubuntu. Through a apt-get or the tasksel method. Before we do that though you should check to see if you have LAMP already installed or portions of …

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