Slast Blog


2007-01-30 22:38:32
Slast 1.4.0 beta2 has been RELEASED!

--droops


2007-01-28 23:39:07
Problems with Beta1

--droops


2007-01-22 12:35:28
Slast 1.4.0 beta1 is RELEASED!

--droops


2007-01-17 14:19:00
AsteriskNOW Live-cd

--droops


2007-01-17 13:13:01
New Blog

--droops


Slast 1.4.0 beta2 has been RELEASED!    2007-01-30 22:38:32


Several bugfixes, app_meetme is compiled in this time, started work on custom config files, the windows autorun is a bit better. please send me bugs and example config files.

--droops


Problems with Beta1    2007-01-28 23:39:07


I didn't make zaptel corretly, so when i made asterisk, meetme didnt get compiled. this is fixed, and there will be a new version of slast maybe tommorow.

--droops


Slast 1.4.0 beta1 is RELEASED!    2007-01-22 12:35:28


Now with Asterisk 1.4. There are many things we still need done, but it seems to be working.

--droops


AsteriskNOW Live-cd    2007-01-17 14:19:00


AsteriskNOW has released a live cd with the Asterisk Gui.

--droops


New Blog    2007-01-17 13:13:01


We have writted a simple form for the blog, so hopefully we will actually keep you updated on slast developments. We have Asterisk 1.4 working on the iso, soon it will be released for the general public.

--droops


New Mirrors    2007-01-17 13:11:33


Pixelfiend and my local LUG have come though on hosting for the iso's. We are ready for Asterisk 1.4 to come out and should have a real release within a few days of that happening. The new mirrors will come in handy. Thanks guys for helping with the expensive part of the project.

--droops


Slast Linux, Lots of changes    2007-01-16 17:57:10


Slast (formerly Slasterisk) is a live cd project combining Slax and Asterisk. With the ease of modifying Slax to create a custom cd, you can have a live cd with 'your' Asterisk install on it, doing whatever you need a pbx to do. Slast is great for demonstrating/testing Asterisk, learning Asterisk, and with the loading into ram, you can have a very powerful backup if your Asterisk box were to go down. Slax is modular, so we hope to have a repository of user submitted modules here for you to add to your personal Slast cd. To try out Slast, you can download the last release which went under the Slasterisk name. There should be a new release very soon of Slast. If you want to help with anything from website design to creating modules and writing documentation, please contact droops (at) gmail to volunteer.

--droops