[OpenSIPS-Users] Media Proxy: Suggested CentOS/RHEL version?

Mario Stocco info at advantia.ca
Fri Sep 2 17:25:05 CEST 2011

If you are using RHEL5.5 or 6 on a 64 bit CPU, I have found that the
easiest way to install/run/administer MediaProxy is to use libvirt
load up one or more instances of Debian with the APT repositories from
AG Projects http://ag-projects.com



On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 8:05 AM, Jim O'Brien <jobrien at counterpath.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
>   I was wondering what version of CentOS / RHEL people are using when
> installing media proxy.  I started with RHEL5.5, but quickly can see that
> most packages that come with this release are too old according to the
> documentation in the INSTALL file for Media Proxy.  I started upgrading some
> things, but then it really becomes not worthwhile when your manually
> upgrading so many things / dealing with dependancies.  I was thinking of 6.0
> as it seems to meet most of the requirements (doing a quick scan).
> Thanks,
> Jim O
> Jim O'Brien
> Director of Customer Engineering
> CounterPath Corporation
> IM      jimdoesvoip
> Email jobrien at counterpath.com
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