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KDE Telephony

Score 83%

Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  4057
Submitted:  Jul 25 2005
Updated:  Feb 25 2009


Twinkle is a soft phone for your voice over IP and instant messaging communcations using the SIP protocol. You can use it for direct IP phone to IP phone communication or in a network using a SIP proxy to route your calls.
Some of the features offered are call waiting, call hold, 3-way conference call, call transfer, and call reject. It supports STUN or a statically configured public IP address for NAT traversal. When using STUN, it will send keep-alive packets to keep NAT bindings alive. It supports ZRTP for secure voice communication.


- Integration with Diamondcard Worldwide Communication Service
(worldwide calls to regular and cell phones and SMS).
- Show number of calls and total call duration in call history.
- Show message size while typing an instant message.
- Show "referred by" party for an incoming transferred call in systray popup.
- Option to allow call transfer while consultation call is still in progress.
- Improved lock file checking. No more stale lock files.

Bug fixes:
- Opening an IM attachment did not work anymore.

Build fixes:
- Link with ncurses library

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 Twinkle & KDE4

 by nindnarne on: Sep 29 2009
Score 50%

I've been having trouble running Twinkle with KDE4. Using MDV 2009.1 and now on Cooker.

Problem: the first call is fine, audio works. After the first call though I often have to do a full reboot for audio to work. Otherwise, Twinkle will just go completely silent. Looking at Pulseaudio it does not recognise any outgoing audio -or in fact any incoming audio either.

Any news on Twinkle for KDE4 by any chance?

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 Re: Twinkle & KDE4

 by Rettich on: Oct 6 2009
Score 50%

Start Twinkle with this command:
"padsp twinkle"

and set sound/audio ouput in Twinkle to /dev/dsp

Other applications like Amarok may block Twinkle. So close them if you want to phone somebody.

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 Re: Re: Twinkle & KDE4

 by nindnarne on: Oct 8 2009
Score 50%

Problem found. Alsa settings work fine actually.....

Reason why it stopped working after the first call: I had NAT not needed. I changed that to the static IP address, and after that there were no more audio problems......

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