Ubuntu 20.04 is the latest LTS (Long Term Support) version, so it is very important for miniSIPServer to support this platform.
Unfortunately, Ubuntu 20.04 has cut Qt4 and all its libraries, so we have to upgrade miniSIPServer to V37 (build 20200424) with Qt5. Now it is perfect to run miniSIPServer on Ubuntu 20.04. Please refer to following figure.
By the way, miniSIPServer for Windows will stay with Qt4 since we have to support several old Windows systems, such as XP and 7, and so on. In the future, as planed, V38 will say goodbye to Qt4 finally on all platforms.
The latest Ubuntu 16.04 was released yesterday. Since it is a LTS version, we downloaded it as soon as possible and made some test in lab.
Some libraries have been upgraded or changed in this version, we need update MSS to fit these modifications. If you want to try miniSIPServer on Ubuntu 16.04, or you want to upgrade your previous Ubuntu to 16.04, you need install latest miniSIPServer V27 (build 20160422) .
Please refer to attached figure, we run the latest MSS on Ubuntu 16.04.
Today we upgrade miniSIPServer V14 to support 64 bits Debian and Ubuntu. That’s a great news for some of our customers.
As we know, in some networks, customers have deployed 64 bits Debian or Ubuntu servers. So when we want to install previous 32 bits miniSIPServer in their servers, it is required to install some additional 32 bits libraries. Of course, it is no problem to do that, but some customers often think it could be unstable for their servers.
So we decide to migrate MSS to 64 bits to fit this requirement. Now it is unnecessary to care about 32 bits problem.
For customers who are using 64 bits Windows, it is unnecessary to care about 32 bits problem. Windows can process them in perfect way, so please keep current versions.