Re: Fwd: video conference software for debian ppc
On Thu, 19 Feb 2009 04:10:30 +0000
Rafal Czlonka <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Piotr Kopszak wrote:
> > Great, I know of these programs, I know they should work. I was just
> > interested what people are using on day to day basis and what has
> > really proven usable on linux ppc. So is anybody video-conferencing
> > between linux ppc and windows here?
> Try QuteCom, not CuteCom ;^), former WengoPhone.
> Used Ekiga some time ago for linux (ppc) - linux (x86) voice. For 3.0
> there's even a Windows client.
> On Windows you could always use NetMeeting (unless using Vista Home),
> and some H.323-aware software on Linux.
> Your question's not really PowerPC-specific.
> P.S. No need to reply to me directly - I read the list.
I use Ekiga to do chat/video (well just chat now as the webcam died)
with my daughter on a mac OSX 10.4 using gizmo. It works very well. I
have also used twinkle. It also works from my ekiga account.
I use these instructions that I found on the gizmo
I am using Twinkle 0.9 for what is worth.
Here's my config:
Your Name: Anything you like
User name: your voip number so something like 17471234567
Authentication name: again your voip number
Password: your gizmo password
Nothing under the SIP server tab, other than telling it to register at
NOTE: Under registrar I had to put: proxy01.sipphone.com before it
would work for me.
In the NAT Tab I have the following:
STUN Server: stun01.sipphone.com