As we know, there are so many linux distributions, such as Debin, Ubuntu, CentOS, SuSE, Fedora, Arch, and so on. It is a good thing to have lots of choice, and it is a confused thing too. Since we don't have enough resources to research and test so many distributions, we focus our work on following distributions:
If you are working on above system, we can confirm it is no problem to deploy miniSIPServer. In fact, you can see all our install packages are '.deb' format.
We are not sure of other versions, such as Debian 6, and we are not sure of other linux distributions, such as CentOS.
Before install miniSIPServer, please make sure that both Linux system and network are ok now.
Please visit our website to download miniSIPServer. Please pay attention that you MUST download miniSIPServer for Debian/Ubuntu.
Following steps illustrate how to install miniSIPServer on Debian or Ubuntu.
miniSIPServer requires some libraries. We can get and install them from Debian/Ubuntu official sites directly:
sudo apt-get install libqt4-dev libqtcore4 libqtgui4 libqt4-network libqt4-xml libsrtp0-dev curl gcc g++
It's assumed we have downloaded “mss_v31_u20.deb” package, then please run following command to install miniSIPServer:
sudo dpkg --install mss_v31_u20.deb
After above steps, you will find all miniSIPServer's files at directory "/opt/sipserver/".
If you are in GUI desktop, you will find miniSIPServer linker at "Internet" category.
As you know, if you start GUI desktop, such as Gnome/KDE/Unity, you only need click miniSIPServer linker to start and configure it.You will see its interface is almost same with miniSIPServer for Windows.
If desktop environment is not started, we can run miniSIPServer CLI(command line) version. Please use following command.
miniSIPServer CLI will open TCP 8080 port to start Web management system (no password by default), so you can use IE/FireFox/Chrome to visit and configure miniSIPServer.
Please refer to here for more details.