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KPhone

   4.0.5  

KDE Other Software

Score 75%
KPhone
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  1668
Submitted:  Oct 29 2004
Updated:  Nov 29 2004

Description:

KPhone is a SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) user agent for Linux, with
which you can initiate VoIP (Voice over IP) connections over the Internet,
send Instant Messages and subscribe your friends' presence information.

KPhone is known of its superior features over other SIP clients. It is widely used both in research and commercial world.




Changelog:

4.0.5: bug fixed in localization

4.0.4: bugfixes, memory leak fixes, localization support, tray icon support

4.0.1 - 4.0.3: security fixes (STUN), audio codec improvement (iLBC), REFER support and loads of other fixes




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 support for PURtel?

 
 by MartinDeppe on: Nov 5 2004
 
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Thank you for building kphone, I really appreciate all these guys who spend their time to make live easier and less expensive (especially these days).

But my attempt to use kphone wasn't successfull yet: with V4.04, trying to connect to my account at PURtel I am only getting "Registration failed: forbidden".

Does anybody know why and hopefully has a solution for it?

Many thanks in advance.
Martin


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 Setup a new account

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 5 2004
 
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One way Kphone could be greatly improved is to auto-setup a new account for any new installation via SIPphone's plug-n-dial. See: http://www.plugndial.com Many other software and hardware devices support plug-n-dial and it makes the product much more usable since users don't have to configure at all.

This open standard is 100% free and allows a user to create an account all within Kphone and all the settings are configured so they can immediately begin calling.

There is other commercial software like xten that uses it as well as other open source software like Phonegaim see: http://www.phonegaim.com

It's free to implement and would really help Kphone be a better product.

Just a suggestion.

-- MR

Michael Robertson
CEO Linspire
CEO SIPphone


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 Re: Setup a new account

 
 by fab on: Nov 29 2004
 
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Hi Michael,

I never expected you to comment on KDE-apps.org :) and I was nicely surprised. I think that if you have some suggestions for the developers you contact them directly as not all of them are reading the comments on these webpages.

Thanks for your support!

Kind regards,

Fabrice
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Fabrice Mous | fabrice@kde.nl | www.kde.nl


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 ALSA support?

 
 by sbriesen on: Nov 30 2004
 
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When will KPhone have full ALSA support? I need it for both, playback and capture very urgently. OSS emulation is crap, because I have dmix/dsnoop running.

Would be really great!


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 SUSE RPMs

 
 by loki on: Nov 30 2004
 
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RPM packages of kphone for SUSE Linux 9.2, 9.1, 9.0 and 8.2 available on my site:
http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/suser-guru/rpm/packages/Network/kphone/
http://linux01.gwdg.de/~pbleser/rpm-navigation.php?cat=/Network/kphone

Available through apt-get as well, read instructions on my site.


BTW, hi Fabrice, see you soon (again) at FOSDEM ;)


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 nice

 
 by polrus on: Dec 16 2004
 
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but i think the project lacks a development forum or some project page at sourceforge or something, so the people can ask


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 Re: nice

 
 by polrus on: Dec 16 2004
 
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lol i feel stupid - just found kphone on sourceforge which i did't achive earlier ;)


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 minimazing

 
 by polrus on: Jan 19 2006
 
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minimazing to tray without taskbar entry would be nice.
Polish fonts are not good for example "available" or "connected" in polish don't contain proper polish characters


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