[App_rpt-users] compile on debian

Doug Crompton doug at crompton.com
Fri Oct 24 17:39:26 EDT 2014


  The acid release works fine on Debian as long as oss is compiled into the kernel. As of 6 months ago it still was and I am suspecting it still is. It runs on Ubuntu also but it has not had stock oss support for many years so you would have to recompile a kernel and that would not make much sense with all the updates Ubuntu has. 

You have to make sure the the snd-pcm-oss kernel module is loaded at boot - 

apt-get install snd-pcm-oss

modprobe snd-pcm-oss

Then you will have to get the acid release and use dahdi with patches.  I would suggest an easy way right now might be to download the Beagle Black image and extract the source from there - it is in /usr/src/utils/asterisk   Also dahdi source with patches is already there in /usr/src/utils.  Then compile dahdi first then asterisk. 

I guarantee you will run into problems along the way but non are insurmountable. I have a running Debian system here although I don't use it. I mainly built it when I was working on developing the BBB code as a test.

Unfortunately I did not write notes when I did it but if you get to a point where you are stuck I could probably help you out so let me know. 

73 Doug

> Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 21:58:09 +0200
> From: oe1rsa at blackspace.at
> To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
> Subject: [App_rpt-users] compile on debian
> Hello everyone!
> Short of having been able to locate a searchable mailinglist, I dare to
> ask the following question alltough I believe it is a FAQ:
> Is there a HOWTO for compiling app_rpt on a current debian, or can
> anyone point me into the right direction to to so?
> Thank you, Roland oe1rsa
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