There are several
ways to obtain the OpenH323 code:
1. Download an executable for Linux
These executables are created from the latest stable code release and represent the most
stable code release available at this time. Note that these apps may require special
drivers not present on all systems.
2. Download source code
The latest released source code sets are listed below, and are guaranteed to compile and
work. However, they do not contain the latest code and will always lag the leading edge
development to some degree.
Please download source code only if you are prepared to work out
how to compile and run the code. Instructions on how to compile the
code are on this site
3. Get source code from the OpenH323
This option is for the truly brave, or foolhardy! Or possibly the merely desperate!
Although you will be guaranteed of the latest code that might have just the big fix you
need, it may also have more problems than the "stable" releases.
Download Linux executables
Note 1: these executables are statically linked
with the OpenH323 and PWLib libraries to maximise the chance that they will work on any
given system. This also makes then larger than dynamically linked executables.
Note 2: If you require support for the Quicknet
cards, then you will require the Linux Telephony component in kernel 2.2.14 or later. You
will also need the latest Quicknet drivers from here for
the Quicknet card support to work correctly.
Note 3: If the binary does not work on your
system (quite likely given the large number of kernels, distributions and packages out
there!), then you will need to get the source and compile it!