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We are currently taking pre-orders for the Ceros Desktop, slated to ship November 1st, 2009. This unit measures in at an ultra-compact 8.5″ wide by 10″ long and 3″ tall — smaller than a ream of paperbut don’t require a massive, power-hungry server
May 09, 2008 brycec 2.2.6
Version 2.2.6 released. This includes all the below fixes.
May 08, 2008 brycec 184.108.40.206
Resolved bug when unloading the R1T1 “dirty” causing a kernel
This is the sixth beta release before 2.2.6
May 01, 2008 brycec 220.127.116.11
Fixed the soft-lockup during firmware updating.
Several E1 audio fixups.
This is the fifth beta release before 2.2.6
Apr 09, 2008 brycec 18.104.22.168
TDM/DSP bus routing changes to resolve echo on SIP-Zap calls.
Increased error-resiliency for digital EC cards.
This is the fourth beta release before 2.2.6
Apr 04, 2008 brycec 22.214.171.124
Resolved lockup issues with Trixbox 2.6 (and others sharing its kernel)
Reworked DSP communications to be more CPU-friendly. This is a result
of fixing a bug causing lockups in Trixbox 2.6.
This is the third beta release before 2.2.6
Mar 28, 2008 brycec 126.96.36.199
Resolved issue when using the REC on an E1. The symptom was garbled audio.
Several tweaks in the Makefile to keep up with the changing Kernel and
Updated IRQ routines for the current Zaptel/Kernel versions.
This is the second beta release before 2.2.6
Feb 25, 2008 brycec 188.8.131.52
First public changelog.
Resolved an issue in which under certain circumstances, when a call was hung
up and echo cancellation disabled, the echo cancellation was actually disabled
on another channel. This issue only affected the rxt1 driver on cards with EC.
This is a the first beta release before 2.2.6
In keeping with Rhino’s goal to be OPEN and part of the community, we announced back in January that we would start shipping a multitude of Asterisk based distributions. Today Rhino shipped out our first Ceros with PBX in a Flash.
Pbx in a flash entered into the game not too long ago built by Joe Roper and distributed by Ward Mundy of Nerd Vittles. The distribution has gained a foothold and a following that is based on the fans of Ward Mundy and his Asterisk scripts. The First PBX in a Flash Ceros is on its Way to Oregon and we hope there will be many more shipping. You may also notice that this isn’t the Ceros you may be familiar with. After months of design changes the Ceros has been given an extreme makeover. Keep an eye out for the Official announcement of the new, more attractive Ceros.
More on PBX in a Flash at http://pbxinaflash.com]]>
Okay so lets drop some names:
Tony lewis (schmooze)
Ward Mundy (Nerd vittles)
Tom King (PBX in a flash)
Joe Roper (ConcordIAX/A2Billing)
There are many more, these folks have made an impression in the community and they will all be part of this event. I will also be there as an ambassador for Rhino. There will be Rhino door prizes and much more. I think this event will truly be beneficial to all who are lucky enough to have made it in. There is 1 day left and 1 slot left will it be yours? I hope to see you there.]]>
Some of you may have seen Jim out there in Florida showing off some of Rhino’s New toys. Keep your eyes open because there are going to be some awesome new products releasing this year and all will have the great quality and support you expect from Rhino.
kernel-PAE (x86-only): Contains a kernel with support for 64GB of memory on x86 systems through Physical Address Extensions (PAE). Only x86 CPUs that support PAE can run this kernel. This kernel is provided because x86 systems can’t address more than 4GB of memory without PAE extensions.
trixbox is package based and everything wraps around modules in a specific kernel.
If your system gets the pae kernel you can correct this by editing /etc/grub.conf
you should see something to the effect of :
# grub.conf generated by anaconda
# Note that you do not have to rerun grub after making changes to this file
# NOTICE: You have a /boot partition. This means that
# all kernel and initrd paths are relative to /boot/, eg.
title trixbox (2.6.18-53.1.4.el5PAE)
kernel /vmlinuz-2.6.18-53.1.4.el5PAE ro root=LABEL=/1 acpi=off
title trixbox-base (2.6.18-53.1.4.el5)
kernel /vmlinuz-2.6.18-53.1.4.el5 ro root=LABEL=/1 acpi=off
Simply use # to comment out:
#title trixbox (2.6.18-53.1.4.el5PAE)
#kernel /vmlinuz-2.6.18-53.1.4.el5PAE ro root=LABEL=/1 acpi=off
Now you can ensure it will boot to the correct image.]]>