[App_rpt-users] Fwd: Re: ACID install issue anyone seen this before? anyone know the centos default root password?

Steve Gladden steve at michiganbroadband.com
Fri Nov 20 14:58:06 EST 2009


Steve Gladden wrote:
> Stephen Rodgers wrote:
>   
>> Matt Beasant wrote:
>>   
>>     
>>> Thanks David and Doug for the info.
>>>
>>> But I'm not sure I agree that it is a hardware issue, with the greatest
>>> of respect of course :-)
>>>
>>> The machine I am using is a Compaq EVO D510 - I have 6 of these all running
>>> app_rpt. They all installed fine.
>>>
>>> This is the only one I had any issues installing the ACID setup on. This was
>>> a reinstall as the HDD died and I fitted a new one and wanted to put app_rpt
>>> on it.
>>>
>>> Unless something has changed recently on the ACID distro?
>>>
>>> Anyone?
>>>
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>>
>>> Matt
>>> 2009/11/20 David McGough <kb4fxc at inttek.net>
>>>
>>>     
>>>       
>>>> Hi Doug,
>>>>
>>>> See below....
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On Fri, 20 Nov 2009, Doug Bade wrote:
>>>>
>>>>       
>>>>         
>>>>> My reply went to Steve only, I am resending as it may help other
>>>>>         
>>>>>           
>>>> folks....
>>>>       
>>>>         
>>>>> I need to get specifics on the chipset I am refering to....but I have
>>>>> run into this stoppage as well and it is hardware related...
>>>>>
>>>>> Doug
>>>>> KD8B
>>>>>         
>>>>>           
>>>>>> Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2009 08:08:31 -0500
>>>>>> To: Steve Gladden <steve at michiganbroadband.com>
>>>>>> From: Doug Bade <kd8b at thebades.net>
>>>>>> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] ACID install issue anyone seen this
>>>>>> before? anyone know the centos default root password?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> There are issues with Centos and new Realtek ethernet chips. The OS
>>>>>> invokes the wrong driver with flakey startup as one byproduct. If it
>>>>>> does not finish updates and get the scripts for Allstar.. it stops
>>>>>> and gives a prompt. I have this happening on ATOM motherboards...as
>>>>>> the chipsets have some known issues...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The solution is easy... I use a usb to ethernet adapter to build
>>>>>> with that is known compatible and then when all is done add the
>>>>>> drivers I need to fix the MB issue.. and pull the usb to etherent...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Alternately on MB's I could.. I used an older PCI Intel Chipset NIC
>>>>>> and get around it too...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> This may have something to do with it???
>>>>>>           
>>>>>>             
>>>>> Doug
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>         
>>>>>           
>>>> <snip>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Yep, I've noticed issues with the relatively old CentOS kernels and recent
>>>> hardware, too....I switched to a "hand built" 2.6.30.5 kernel, on CentOS
>>>> 5.x, and this resolved my problems.
>>>>
>>>> 73, David kb4fxc
>>>>
>>>>
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>> Log in to the failed setup and look at the log file, and then post where it failed:
>>
>> The default password should be 'setup' and there is a log
>> of the install in /root/acid/acid-install.log.
>>
>> Compare notes with the rest of the users having issues.
>>
>>
>> Steve
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> Just as per request and for comparing notes..
> Digging in deeper reveals the no sources error
> manually launching phase2 gies a little more detail:
>
>
> make[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/zaptel/menuselect/mxml'
> gcc -o menuselect menuselect.o strcompat.o menuselect_curses.o 
> mxml/libmxml.a mxml/libmxml.a -lncurses
> make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/zaptel/menuselect'
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/zaptel/menuselect'
> Generating input for menuselect ...
> make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/zaptel'
> echo "You do not appear to have the sources for the 
> 2.6.18-164.6.1.el5PAE kernel installed."
> You do not appear to have the sources for the 2.6.18-164.6.1.el5PAE 
> kernel installed.
> exit 1
> make[1]: *** [modules] Error 1
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/zaptel'
> make: *** [all] Error 2
> Failure: Unable to compile Zaptel 2
> Fatal error: Unable to install Asterisk!
> [root at test rc.d]#
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Whoops I forgot to include what was actually requested... this:
 tail acid-install.log
Thu Nov 19 22:19:10 PST 2009:Getting files.tar.gz from 
http://dl.allstarlink.org...
Thu Nov 19 22:19:21 PST 2009:Fatal error: Unable to install Asterisk!
Fri Nov 20 10:47:21 PST 2009:****** Phase 2 post install ******
Fri Nov 20 10:47:22 PST 2009:Getting asterisk install script from 
http://dl.allstarlink.org...
Fri Nov 20 10:47:22 PST 2009:Getting files.tar.gz from 
http://dl.allstarlink.org...
Fri Nov 20 10:47:40 PST 2009:Fatal error: Unable to install Asterisk!
Fri Nov 20 11:52:47 PST 2009:****** Phase 2 post install ******
Fri Nov 20 11:52:48 PST 2009:Getting asterisk install script from 
http://dl.allstarlink.org...
Fri Nov 20 11:52:49 PST 2009:Getting files.tar.gz from 
http://dl.allstarlink.org...
Fri Nov 20 11:53:02 PST 2009:Fatal error: Unable to install Asterisk!






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