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Debian 9 “Stretch” is now officially supported by FreeSWITCH™ .

Dependencies are available from FreeSWITCH repository via the "apt-get build-dep freeswitch" command.

Debian 9 "Stretch" is the reference platform for  FreeSWITCH™ as of version 1.8 and is STRONGLY recommended for all applications due to its stability and broad support for the system libraries needed by FreeSWITCH. 

Commit Log

See all FreeSWITCH commits here:


Easy Way

Installing From Debian Packages

Latest Release Branch:

Release package

FreeSWITCH™ is now installed and can be accessed with

FreeSwitch CLI

Master Branch ("git"):

WARNING not suitable for production

Master Test Package

Building Debian Packages From Master Branch

WARNING not suitable for production

The master branch depends on different libraries which are not available as packages in Debian distribution, but are available from FreeSWITCH repository. Thus, you will need internet access to the FreeSWITCH DEB repository.

Build your own .deb Master package


Compiling from source code

Building From Source

Compiling Release Branch (production)

Release source build


Compiling Latest Master (for testing)

WARNING not suitable for production

Master source build

Before Starting FreeSWITCH

If you built FreeSWITCH™ from source code you should set file permissions and ownership before starting FreeSWITCH. Follow the post-installation instructions.



Compiling from source code

Verto Communicator quick start guide for Debian 9

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