That’s what I meant by “domestic”.[/quote]
Exactly and you should have mentioned this on your first post. Instead, you went to discourage the OP that there is probably not enough power to operate more than a proof of concept or domestic system without proving it. The fact is Asterisk will run with no problems on any domestic system it has been ported to. As I mentioned before, I have no idea what a dreambox is. Whether someone has ported Asterisk to a dreambox or not is beyond my knowledge. However, if dreambox can run any open-source firmware, i.e. OpenWRT, DD-WRT, etc., it sure will be able to run Asterisk.
Most first time users either use the standard CentOS source build, or one of the pre-packaged GUI versions, that either come with an OS or require a particular one.[/quote]
Sure, but if one can use a very efficient embedded system to achieve the task to save electricity, why not? Why follow anyone if you can do it your way, especially when it comes to energy consevation.
That is probably you should have mentioned on your first post instead of saying there is probably not enough power to operate more than a proof of concept or domestic system to discourage OP. Also, what you didn’t say is some other facts that quite a lot of people also encountered with build problems on a personal computer (PC) system.
Exactly. You and I both don’t know the capability of the OP, especially when it comes to install asterisk on a dreambox, yet only you just decided it is better to discourage the OP from doing so. What’s wrong with a bit of encouragement. If you don’t know, please don’t say negative things that will end up to discourage anyone.