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    Post open source voip software for ubuntu linux


    Can anyone recommend a simple open source voip software in linux for pc-to-pc voice calls.
    One requirement i that it should be simple with bare minimal functionality since I will be using as a part of a university project and so I don't want any additional features such as buddylist, GUI, etc.
    Even a command line interface will also be fine since I am only interested to test different associated codecs/network characteristics.
    The code should be simple with bare minimal libraries so that can be compiled easily.
    I am aware of some open-source software such as WengoPhone but it seems that they have lot of associated features supporting different input devices with sophisticated GUI.
    I require only PC-to-PC call functionality and I will be using within a LAN.
    It will be very helpful if anyone can suggest any software!


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    You might want to consider Twinkle. It reasonably minimalist (no video) but not totally so. It's available on Debian so I assume it's available for Ubuntu as well.


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    You can look into mumble, it's supposed to be a really good voip client, and I THINK it's open source.

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