Ekiga Softphone warning

Asked by Eric Denison on 2008-11-21

I was going to install Ekiga Softphone and am getting a number of warnings stating that it is not a trusted site. Should I continue as the reviews of the site are good and no one in the forums appears to have a problem. Fairly new Ubuntu user, still finding my way around. Cheers. Eric

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Andre Mangan
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2008-11-22
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2008-11-22
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2008-11-21
Andre Mangan (kyphi) said : #1

Have a look under Applications, Internet. Ekiga is already there.

Eric Denison (eric-denison) said : #2

Thanks for the reponse. Was installing the application from the bundle already provided. When I attempted to fill in the required information the warning notices started popping up. Should I just ignore the notices and proceed with the installation.

Eric Denison (eric-denison) said : #3

My terminology is all wrong. Of course the application is already installed, what I should have said is that when I tried to connect with the Ekiga site to set up an account the error notice popped up stating that this is not a trusted site. Hope this makes more sense. Cheers

Andre Mangan (kyphi) said : #4

If you are running Hardy Heron, Ekiga is already installed as standard.

You can easily install Ekiga via Add/Remove in your Applications menu.

Your message is unclear to me ... what bundle already provided ... what required information?

Andre Mangan (kyphi) said : #5

Now I understand. Info coming up.

Best Andre Mangan (kyphi) said : #6

The trusted site issue is most likely due to your security settings in Firefox. You can safely go ahead.

Additional information that may be useful to you:
Ekiga is not easy to set up. Skype is very much easier.

Eric Denison (eric-denison) said : #7

Thanks Andre Mangan, that solved my question.

sintacto (sintacto) said : #8

I use ekiga
with diamondcard and it's very usefull
you can call computers landlines and cell phones
I give people my number for ekiga and have ekiga forward calls to my cell phone when im not home.
save's lots of money

(skype is not free open source software and is cpu & ram hog give ekiga another try it wont taint your pc like skype.