[App_rpt-users] Newbie Setup Continues: Now Showing K7AZ LOGIN:

Shane Morris edgecomberts at gmail.com
Sat Dec 22 12:05:29 EST 2012


Hi from "Down Under" =)

You should be able to login with either your "root" account, or the
user account you specified in the setup. I hope you remember your
password...! (Forgot my own often enough...). Once in, you'll be able
to execute normal CLI commands from the BASH shell.

Asterisk should've started automagically, so you will be able to
access the Asterisk console, and have a poke around, check out why
that URIx light isn't blinking.

As for the startup, it can take a little while sometimes, most Linuxes
aren't pretty like Windows, you have to watch the text scroll. Once
you get used to it, its actually quite good to actually see what the
system is (or isn't) doing. I certainly take advantage of it when ever
bringing up one of my embedded boards.

Let me know if theres any more issues, and I'm sure someone will be
able to help.

73s!

Shane.

On Sun, Dec 23, 2012 at 3:25 AM, Chris K7AZ <kilo7AlphaZulu at verizon.net> wrote:
> Okay,
>
> I made the system config changes and then added port forward for 222.
> Could not find where to set the IP address other than the DNS/Router.  I
> believe it still has DHCP.
>
> I thought it was hung up on Starting SendMail but it now shows K7AZ LOGIN:
>
> URIx Green Light is no longer blinking.    Is there a “Normal Centos”
> command list specific to AllStar?
>
> Thanks,
> K7AZ
>
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