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TeeJay (2309)

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Working in Truro
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Thursday May 27, 2004
04:20 AM

Computer Telephony with perl (and linux/*bsd)

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I have briefly looked at how I could set up some computer telephony menu systems at work using perl and a low-end linux/freebsd (we have a mix in the office) box.

so far VoiceTronix look the best bet, although the CTI cards look a little steep at 500 dollars. They have drivers for linux, etc and provide nice OSS libraries with interfaces for perl. The perl API is on CPAN, contributed by one of their developers.

Another handy website I found was TuxMobil, with its list of linux based telephony and telecoms-related servers and projects. Handy.

Any other perl mongers familiar with CTI want to chip in with some warnings, or advice?

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