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Porting AskoziaPBX to Linux

AskoziaPBXAskoziaPBX is the only BSD-based (FreeBSD) IP-PBX distro listed on this site. However, if everything works out well, it will become the only IP-PBX distro available for both BSD and Linux platforms (listed on this site).

Here’s part of the post spreading the good news:

Ever since releasing our first public beta in June of 2007, people have questioned the usage of FreeBSD® as the base operating system in Askozia®PBX. It has performed wonderfully but there are features and architectures only being supported on Linux®. While we recognized this need, a port was not possible due to the development time needed.

We’re happy to announce that this is no longer the case. A leading German telecommunication equipment manufacturer has come forward to pay for this porting process in its entirety. This is, quite simply, fantastic for AskoziaPBX!

Read the rest of this post here.

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