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SFLPhone KDE

   1.4.0  

KDE Telephony

Score 81%
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Homepage:  http://www.sflphone.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  1040
Submitted:  Jun 28 2012
Updated:  Jul 19 2014

Description:

SFLPhone is a KDE telephony client supporting SIP and IAX, perfect for corporate networks.

It feature over 200 configuration options and the UI is very flexible.

Main features:
*Multiple calls
*Multiple conferences
*Multiple accounts
*Integration with Akonadi
*Plasma data engine
*Plasmoid
*Record and playback
*Basic Video support
*Interactive history
*Multiple filter and search options
*Text messages
*Background mode

Feel free to report bugs and ask for new features at https://projects.savoirfairelinux.com/projects/sflphone and join our mailing list at sflphone@lists.savoirfairelinux.net

More Ubuntu download at:
https://launchpad.net/~savoirfairelinux/+archive/ppa/




Changelog:

Version 1.4.0:
* Jack support
* Video support by default
* Ability to share screen
* Ability to stream videos, images and text files
* Support GnuTLS as an alternative to OpenSSL
* Persistent camera configuration (per device)
* Switch video sources during a call
* Enable or disable video per account
* Packet loss concealment
* RTCP support
* Builds with clang
* Now a fully featured contact manager
* Add, edit and manage contact sources
* Delete contacts from the interface
* Attach contact sources to auto completion or presence tracker
* Basic video effects like rotate or enforce aspect ratio
* Video full screen mode


Version 1.3.0:
* common: SIP Presence subscribing and publishing support
* common: Video multiparty conferencing [EXPERIMENTAL]
* common: Multichannel ringtone support [EXPERIMENTAL]
* common: Additional Flac and OGG ringtone support
* common: Improved NAT support
* common: Improved audio quality, noise suppression and automatic gain control
* Bug fixes
* New volume controls for PulseAudio
* New mute DTMF option
* libqtsflphone: API version 2.0
* libqtsflphone: Qt5 support
* libqtsflphone: Full Model/View support (19 new models)
* libqtsflphone: New phone number statistics API
* libqtsflphone: Full QML / QtScript compatibility
* libqtsflphone: Improved performance
* libqtsflphone: Faster load time
* libqtsflphone: Now provide complete DBus API abstraction
* libqtsflphone: Bug fixes
* KDE: Smart autocompletion [EXPERIMENTAL]
* Call using the right account
* Fast lookup
* Call using contact information
* Gather information from 11 sources to provide accurate results
* KDE: Improved Akonadi integration
* Support live contact list update
* KDE: Usability improvements
* Highlight missed calls in history
* New "flat design" Contact/History/Bookmark widgets
* More reliable canvas notifications
* Improved account setting dialog
* DTMF feedback
* Network issue detection
* KDE: Presence integration in contact, bookmarks and history views
* KDE: Status publishing support in the statusbar
* KDE: Dial tone support
* KDE: Translation updates
* KDE: Bug fixes

Version 1.2.3:
* Add macro support
* Add command line to create calls or send texts
* Integration with KAdressBook
* Bug fixes
* Translation updates

Version 1.2.1:
* Ability to edit numbers
* New “Reload all accounts” button in the statusbar
* Required fields in wizard and configuration dialog (prevent the creation of invalid accounts)
* Caps lock auto detection when entering passwords
* Reduced CPU usage
* Automatic selection of the call tab when there is a new incoming call
* Improved DTMF handling
* Bug fixes

Version 1.2:
*Improved usability
*Better video support
*New instant messaging module
*Bug fixes




LicenseGPL
Source(Main download)
Ubuntu(Ubuntu oneiric (11.10) 32bit)
Ubuntu(Ubuntu precise (12.04) 32bit)
Ubuntu(Ubuntu quantal (12.10) 32bit)
Ubuntu(SFLPhone daemon - Ubuntu oneiric (11.10) 32bit)
Ubuntu(SFLPhone daemon - Ubuntu precise (12.04) 32bit)
Ubuntu(SFLPhone daemon - Ubuntu quantal (12.10) 32bit)
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 UI

 
 by schraubhuber on: Jul 9 2012
 
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Is this a real KDE application, or made for Gnome and just using KDE style. On the project page one can only find a Gnome App. Is the source code found here different?

Btw: Looks great on the screenshots.


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 Re: UI

 
 by Elv13 on: Jul 9 2012
 
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It is a real KDE application using KDE4 framework, Akonadi, KCFG, cmake and overall coding guidelines.

SFLPhone have many UI, some for embedded system, one for python (command line), one for GTK, one for Qt (library only) and one for KDE.


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 Re: UI

 
 by Elv13 on: Jul 10 2012
 
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Just to be clear, the source have both a KDE and Gnome directory. I might move the KDE client to a separate repository at some point, but for now they are still sharing the same repository.


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 Re: Re: UI

 
 by schraubhuber on: Jul 10 2012
 
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Thanks for the reply! I was asking, because I was looking for a deb package (Kubuntu oneiric) and only found the gnome-client. Is there a repository (its not in yours) where I can find an appropriate package.

I really want to try your app, but I'm too lazy to compile myself ;-)


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 Re: Re: Re: UI

 
 by Elv13 on: Jul 10 2012
 
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The problem is, the server that generate the .deb description is so old that it only have KDE3, so everytime it try to compile the .deb, it stop when it fail to detect KDE4.

If you need 32bit Ubuntu 12.04 packages, I can generate some by hand. But for anything else, you will have to compile it. It is really not that hard or long. Compiling the daemon is a little tricky, but the KDE client is simple:

sudo apt-get install kdelibs5-dev kdepimlibs5-dev libqt4-dev libqt4-dbus
cd path/to/sflphone/kde
mkdir build
cd build
cmake ../
make -j4
sudo make install

I suggest using the Git version with video disabled (this is the default)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: UI

 
 by schraubhuber on: Jul 10 2012
 
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Thanks for your help! I whould need the version mentioned by you (32 bit, 12.04).

But if i get you right, I only need to compile the client. If the common-package is installed (via repository) it will run?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: UI

 
 by Elv13 on: Jul 10 2012
 
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As long as they are in sync. You can't take an old daemon (common) with a newer client, most features will be broken and it will be almost unusable (might even crash).

As long as the version match, it should be fine.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: UI

 
 by schraubhuber on: Jul 10 2012
 
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I will try and respond the result. Thanks so far.



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 daemon

 
 by schraubhuber on: Jul 17 2012
 
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I compiled the client first. Works well, but needed the liabakonadi-dev as well.

Compiling the daemon is a challenge. After installing a long list of dependencies (almost gave up) I'm now stucked with this:

libs/pjproject/build.mak: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden (file or directory not found)

This seems to be a common problem, but no solution found so far. Any ideas?


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 Re: daemon

 
 by Elv13 on: Jul 17 2012
 
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cd daemon
cd lib/pjprojects
./configure #be sure it work
while true;do make -j4;done
ctrl+c after a while when it is done (that library build system is crap, it work only after like 15 "make -j4".
cd ../../
./autogen.sh
./configure
sudo make -j5 install


That should work. To install the deps on Ubuntu, you could have used "apt-get build-dep sflphone-common", it automate the process.


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 Re: Re: daemon

 
 by schraubhuber on: Jul 17 2012
 
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Strange, but works. Its running, but not accepting my sipgate account data. Will try to solve this issue myself.


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 Re: Re: Re: daemon

 
 by Elv13 on: Jul 17 2012
 
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Try creating the account in the gnome client. If it work, please report it to me so I can fix the bug


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: daemon

 
 by schraubhuber on: Jul 17 2012
 
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Works with the gnome client. I didnt compile the client, I used the repository one. It also installed the repo daemon.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: daemon

 
 by Elv13 on: Jul 17 2012
 
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So, account creation work in gnome then you can use it in KDE? Ok, then, I will investigate and fix that.


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 Linked to Version 1.1

 
 by bitcrazy on: Aug 10 2012
 
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Source link still points to 1.1

m0nk


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 Re: Linked to Version 1.1

 
 by Elv13 on: Aug 10 2012
 
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Ok, fixed, the page must have failed to save correctly.

Tell me how you like it! Don't forget to install the daemon first


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 RPM pacs

 
 by olegue on: Aug 14 2012
 
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Please include links for rpm packs for OpenSuSE 11.x, 12.x 32 bits and 64 bits. Thanks


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 it free ??

 
 by mokhtarone on: Aug 2 2013
 
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it free to call fix phone and mobile ???


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 Re: it free ??

 
 by Elv13 on: Aug 2 2013
 
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Hi,

SFLPhone is a SIP (or IAX) phone. You need to have an account with a SIP registrar to call "real" phones. Depending on where you live and your "home phone" provider, you may or may not have access to a free SIP account with external phone support. SFLPhone itself wont let you call external phone without a SIP account.


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 13.10 repositories?

 
 by XandarKablandar on: Aug 15 2013
 
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I would LOVE for this to return to the Kubuntu repositories. As it is, there's only the Gnome client. Any chance that it will make it into the repos for the Kubuntu 13.10 release?


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 Re: 13.10 repositories?

 
 by Elv13 on: Aug 16 2013
 
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Hi,

SFLPhone-KDE is availalbe here, from an official PPA:
https://launchpad.net/~savoirfairelinux/+archive/ppa


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 Re: Re: 13.10 repositories?

 
 by XandarKablandar on: Aug 18 2013
 
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Excellent, thank you! I'm using it now and am slowly getting into the world of SIP and away from Skype.

Still would be great to have in the main Debian repos so all downstreamers could take advantage of it immediately.

Thanks again!


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