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Minimial Freeswtich Install on Debian 9

Reduced Freeswitch Dependencies List

Perhaps I missed something obvious but installing Freeswtich on Debian using instruction from official site here results in the install wanting to pull a ridiculous 1.1 gigs of dependencies. To avoid that I choose to built directly from source and only install whatever was missing whenever the ./configure or make would fail.

Below is bare minimum needed to complete the build process based on default modules.conf, install these first then follow Compiling Latest Master (for testing) section from the official Debian 9 Stretch instructions.

apt install build-essential
apt install libtool-bin
apt install zlib1g-dev
apt install libjpeg-dev
apt install pkg-config
apt install libsqlite3-dev
apt install libcurl4-openssl-dev
apt install libpcre3-dev
apt install libspeex-dev
apt install libspeexdsp-dev
apt install libldns-dev
apt install libedit-dev
apt install libtiff5-dev
apt install yasm
apt install libopus-dev
apt install libsndfile-dev

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