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We followed up by opening up the cloud component which serves as the lynchpin for GPL module administration within the GUI itself.We remain hopeful that these two tweaks will encourage Sangoma, the new owner of the Free PBX project, to do the right thing and get the non-commercial pieces of the project back on the right track moving forward.Click Network and Enable Network Adapter for Adapter 1 and choose Bridged Adapter.Finally, in Storage, add the Ubuntu 14.04 to your Virtual Box Storage Tree as shown below.The development package (python-dev or python-devel on most Linux distributions) is recommended (see just below).Python 2.4 was supported up to and including the release 0.6.
We continue to be amazed at what they’ve been able to achieve, and we salute their accomplishments.With many virtual machine platforms such as Virtual Box, it’s equally simple to find a pre-built Ubuntu 14.04 image or roll your own. You can build an Ubuntu 14.04 image on Digital Ocean in under one minute and install today’s Incredible PBX for Ubuntu 14.04 in about 15 minutes. If you’re using Digital Ocean in the Cloud, skip down to Installing Incredible PBX 13-12 (HINT: 13 tells you the Asterisk release and 12 tells you the GUI release).If you’re new to Vo IP or to Nerd Vittles, here’s our best piece of advice. If you’re using your own hardware, to get started, download the 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04 "Trusty Tahr" Minimal ISO from here. Now burn the ISO to a CD/DVD or thumb drive and boot your dedicated server from the image.It also includes literally dozens of turnkey applications that show off the very best features of Asterisk. If you’d prefer a Real GPL platform that lets you choose which components you’d like on your server, then keep reading.In addition to Incredible PBX, you also gain unfettered access to our new GPL repository to maintain release 12 of the GUI. And drop the Sangoma and Digium honchos a note and let them know how you feel about FREEDOM. Wignall, President and CEO Sangoma Technologies 100 Renfrew Drive, Suite 100 Markham ON L3R 9R6 CANADA Danny Windham, CEO Digium, Inc.