[App_rpt-users] Using SVN copy of Asterisk on RaspberryPi (and "usb.h")

Jim Duuuude telesistant at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 12 13:52:47 EDT 2012


If you *REALLY* find it necessary to "roll your own", it is a VERY good idea to
see how its done "normally".

If I were you, I'd look and see how ACID is set up on Centos (take a look at the phase1.sh and
phase2.sh scripts to see what packages get installed in Centos).

To make it even easier for you, perhaps, here is the 'rootstock' command that makes the base distro for
Pickle Linux (ARM, Ubuntu), which obviously has all the package names in the 'Ubuntu/Debian' world:

rootstock --fqdn pickle --imagesize 1G --seed linux-image-omap,build-essential,gdb,alsa,alsa-oss,libasound2-dev,curl,libcurl4-dev,libssl-dev,libz-dev,libusb-dev,libnewt-dev,lsof,nano,ssh,screen,usbutils,wget,gpm,uboot-mkimage,libncurses5,libncurses5-dev,ppp,iptables,udhcpd

The ones which are obviously development-related and the ones that are related to those are the ones you are interested in.

I hope that helps you.

Jim WB6NIL

P.S. Dont even bother compiling chan_usbradio. The CPU wont have enough horsepower for the DSP functions. The only way you are
going to even be able to MAYBE use a URI on that is with chan_simpleusb.



> Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 17:16:14 +1100
> From: edgecomberts at gmail.com
> To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
> Subject: [App_rpt-users] Using SVN copy of Asterisk on RaspberryPi (and	"usb.h")
> 
> Hello all,
> 
> I am using Raspbian on the RaspberryPi, which is a "wheezy" image,
> upgraded to the latest kernels, using an aptitude copy of dahdi.
> 
> I SVN checked out 1.4.23-pre of Asterisk as per the link on the Drupal
> site, and have been mulling over the various issues as they popped up
> during compilation.
> 
> Where I've hit a brick wall is the "usb.h" file needed by
> chan_simpleusb.c. I've had a poke around the guts of my Raspbian
> install and tried a few files from the headers src package, but
> nothing seems to work.
> 
> I've also installed libusb2-dev from aptitude, again, to no avail in
> terms of placing a "usb.h" file into the /usr/local/include/ folder.
> 
> So, my question is this: while I can find plenty of references to
> "usb.h" in the source files on the various repos on the net, I'm
> unable to find a copy of the actual "usb.h" file - if someone could
> shed some light on where I could potentially wget this file from
> straight into my include folder, that would be great.
> 
> As for my application, I'm using a RaspberryPi for the fact its very
> low powered, and since I'll be using a 10Ahr Lithium solar/
> performance car battery (started off as solar cells, were adapted to
> performance cars like the Subaru WRX) and a solar panel/ controller, I
> can gain autonomy over a weekend operating period. In short, I don't
> want to drag a generator to the remote base to top off the batteries
> if I can help it.
> 
> The URI will be hooked to the Pi on one end, and a Simoco SRM9005 on
> the other end, through a set of custom cables I'm (slowly) soldering
> up. I did some more work on them today in terms of the DB25 to URIx
> cable (which will go to a 5 pin DIN socket, then 5 pin DIN plug to
> DB15 on the Simoco).
> 
> On the client end I'll be using IAXRpt on my Macbook Air, which has
> OSX 10.7 and the latest, sound enabled, WiNE package, along with
> Winebottler wrapper program to make it nice and GUI like for me - not
> that I'm afraid of a command line, I just like some things to be
> simple, and sometimes our PEKAC troubleshooting has to be done with
> non-experienced personnel, who would faint at the sight of a CLI.
> 
> I've also got a Linksys SPA942 I want to try in terms of VOX
> activation, but thats a secondary concern now I've got IAXRpt working
> successfully on my Mac.
> 
> Of course, success (under test conditions) will be I press "Ctrl" on
> the Mac, and I hear my voice come out the SRM9025 head, and vice
> versa, PTT the SRM9025 head and hear it come out the laptop. This will
> be interesting, as the MBA doesn't have a microphone port, only a
> built-in mic, and the Bluetooth stereo input device I bought at Aldi
> didn't work... I also want a DJs "stick" headphone, as my role in
> these weekend expeditions is PEKAC and general support, as well as
> some operation - apparently I have a good, strong radio voice.
> 
> Ok, enough rambling, as you can see, I'm using the various properties
> of the systems to gain advantage over say a vanilla Limey Linux
> install on an Atom. Plus I like ARM. I like a challenge, and if I were
> to get this working, I'm sure my friend Andrew will be able to use my
> Raspbian image on his Pis to make further remote bases for next years
> expedition at Marramarra National Park. He has more Pis and Simocos
> than me...
> 
> Thanks in advance for any help you guys can give - I'll be interested
> to hear your responses.
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