Features at a glance
VoiceOne is backed by ARA (Asterisk Realtime Architecture), features SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) extensions management, supports traditional Telco and VoIP providers, queues system management, and comes with a policies system for the management of users and groups.
Among other interesting features, we can mention an easy to setup wizard, a state-of-the-art IVR (Interactive Voice Response) creation system, and offers a client/server architecture that relies on web services.
The distribution can only be installed, includes 32-bit software
The VoiceOne distribution is available for download as an installable-only ISO image of approximately 1GB in size. While you will be able to install the OS on both 64-bit and 32-bit computers, it contains software packages optimized only for the 32-bit (i386) architecture.
How to install the VoiceOne operating system
Once the ISO image has been downloaded, burn it onto a DVD disc with any CD/DVD burning software or write it on a USB thumb drive of 2GB or higher capacity in order to transform it into a bootable medium.
When booting the ISO image from the BIOS of a computer using either a DVD disc or a USB stick, you will notice there is no boot menu and the system drops users to the VoiceOne Install CD menu that allows them to install the OS or reboot/shutdown the computer.
It’s a dual language operating system
The installation script is text based and will require you to to choose between the English and Italian languages, select a device on which to install VoiceOne, select a device type, specify the amount of system memory (RAM) to use and partition the disk.
Reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on August 7th, 2014
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Application descriptionVoiceOne (previously known as VoiceBuntu and Ubunterisk) is an Ubuntu-based Linux distribution that uses Asterisk and ...