Could you please suggest me how to install PHILIPS VOIP 151 (ref: VOIP1511B/10) on Ubuntu 11.10?
I tried to do using WINE but unsuccessfully... Sadly, there is not a much info on the web too.
on 01/12/2012 – Made popular on 01/12/2012
If you need VoIP application that is portable, can be bring anywhere, I suggest you to use this Skype 5 beta portable edition for Windows. This is unofficial portable edition of Skype. You can download this Skype portable from the link provided below this post.
I'm using the SPC630NC Webcam Philips on Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit. Video works fine, audio not at all. I tried to set the Pulse Audio inputs using Pavucontrol with no result. Where am I wrong? I looked at Philips support but Philips is pretty miser with Linux users
My question is: I need a VOIP solution to install on my xubuntu 12.10 machine (or maybe ubuntu) and preferably with a detailed how-to configure it with images! Wich one do you advise-me? (please notice that i need a reliable software)
Ps: please, no skype here! Just free and open source software.
Whenever I try to use Voip (android build in or external app) with turned on Noise suppression, I can only be heard if I talk into the back of the phone where the secondary microphone is located. It works though, even if not great, if I turn off the Noise supression future.
I'm getting pretty annoyed with these voip apps.... I've tried Skype, Dell Voice (Fongo), Viber, Kakao Talk, and many others. I find they're not reliable, because after reboots and whatnot, you get "signed out". You may not know it and its difficult to remember and type passwords/usernames to sign in.
Yet another VOIP post! I want a 1-cell + broadband VoIP solution for 3 Google Voice accounts. I hear GV + OBiHai works, and I hear GV + Skype works, but will GV + Skype + OBi work well? Since GV only allows a forwarding phone to be used 2x, I'd only need Skype as a 2nd forwarding #.