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Charozt

  

GTK Sound Application

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Downloads:  36
Submitted:  Feb 16 2009
Updated:  Feb 16 2009

Description:

Asterisk VoIP Music-On-Hold Tool for GNOME. What is Charozt?

8layer\'s Music On Hold (MOH) Uploader or simply CHAROZT is Linux-based
application that can be installed in Linux desktops to convert .MP3 to
.WAV specifically for Asterisk supported MOH.

Apart from its utility of converting .MP3, the real essence of Charozt
is its capability to easily upload these converted music files to the
Asterisk Server and use them for Asterisk\'s Music On Hold feature.

The user only needs to know his/her Asterisk server details to upload
not just one but multiple converted music files.

n. [ch roz\' t]
informal definitions

1. She is your grandmother\'s daughter but she ain\'t your mother and
she is called ROZ.
2. Aunt Roz T (cha\' roz-t)
3. Tea + Roast ... of any kind, beef or pork (tsa\' roz-t)
4. Mistaken for the carriage that Joseph rode on with his Multi-Colored
Coat. (cha-ro\'s)

Usage Note: The word charozt can also be used as a term of endearment but not
to be overused as an expression meant to tease or appease origin of the name.

Origin of the Name: Attributed to one of the code\'s authors during the
month-ender drinking spree. His eyes mesmerized, bewildered and all a-glow,
it was evident that the very reason is \"CHAROOOOZZZZZTTT\".

Screenshots:




Latest News:

Ubuntu has approved Charozt in their PPA servers and is now live and available via apt-get or synaptics.

By the help of the Ubuntu server build system, Charozt is now available for different CPU architectures, not only for standard 32-bit (i386) computer but also for 64-bit (amd64, ia64) and mobile devices (lpia).

Charozt is also available on different Ubuntu versions, namely 8.04 (Hardy Heron), 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex), and 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope) Ubuntu releases. To know more about your Ubuntu release, run \"System > Administration > System Monitor\", or type \"cat /etc/lsb-release\" via Terminal console.

Here\'s the following steps to install Charozt.

1. Using any text-editor, add the following lines to the end of /etc/apt/sources.list file.

You would need to change the repository version to hardy, intrepid or jaunty. Example, if you are using Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron) add the following lines to /etc/apt/sources.list file.

deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/joelbryan/ppa/ubuntu hardy main
deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/joelbryan/ppa/ubuntu hardy main

else, for different Ubuntu version, change \"hardy\" to \"intrepid\", or \"jaunty\" (without quotes).

2. Once you add the repository address, add the repository as a trusted source, so it means that you trust the software from the repository, and ensures you that the package is intact and not altered in any way.

sudo apt-key adv --recv-keys --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com 1456B3E6FD691850683F24BAF8F3DB36A2144EB0

3. Update your repository by running,

sudo apt-get update

4. Install Charozt, by running

sudo apt-get install charozt

Note: Don\'t forget to check charozt\'s very informative description by running apt-cache show charozt, or searching charozt package in synaptics.




(Github Repository)
(Charozt Ubuntu Package for Jaunty (0.8))
(Charozt Ubuntu Package for Intrepid (0.8))
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