[quote=“infra”]so i consider other applications downloadable;
At a very cursory glance, it looks like crap. I don’t think it’s what you want, anyway.
As far as linux softphones go, i’ve tried out quite a few.
For general purpose use, iaxComm’s one i’ve used quite a bit and would like to be able to use - but i seem to get audio quality problems with it (although it’s hard to pin it down).
Kiax could be ok, but i’m not all that keen on it. Although i can’t remember why now!
SJPhone is the one i’m using at the moment and the one that seems to work best out of everything i’ve tried. It’s pretty good generally, but i haven’t been all that keen on it’s user interface. Although i like it more than i used to, but it’s got a couple of annoying limitations - like the “-geometry” option doesn’t seem to work with it, for example.
And Linphone’s one i’ve used a bit and would like to be able to use more - but i can’t get it to work properly on my current setup (and i can’t get the CVS version to build!). It’s the only one that works with the jack audio connection kit - which would allow it to be used in a radio studio for example, for talkback or phone recording. I really want to get it working again!
That’s it for linux softphones, as far as i’m concerned. There’s one (“cornfed sipua” i think) which looks potentially ok, but has got some dodgy built-in monitoring system which sends reports on how you’re using it to the developer!!! And one or two others which just don’t seem to work or have other problems which make them not much use.