[App_rpt-users] Open Beta "from bare metal to x86 node"
buddy at brannan.name
Wed Aug 19 08:51:35 EDT 2015
Happy to report that my node is now running Debian, after just a couple hiccups in copying over configuration files and what not. Note to self: yes, really, for nodes not connected to actual radios, /dev/Zap/pseudo doesn't work anymore. Similarly, renaming zaptel.conf is a thing. Otherwise, dropping in my previous configs worked fine. So far, anyhow. Nice to be back on Debian anyway. Oh, and one other nice thingy. Debian has ezstream and related already packaged, so apt-get installs them very nicely.
Buddy Brannan, KB5ELV - Erie, PA
Email: buddy at brannan.name
> On Aug 17, 2015, at 3:47 PM, Steve Zingman <szingman at msgstor.com> wrote:
> I have built a version of Debian's Netinstall that will take you from a blank hard drive to a AllStar node almost hands off.
> At this time the installer assumes the following:
> Wipe the hard drive, I'll say this again "THE INSTALLER WILL WIPE THE HARD DRIVE"
> machine name: repeater
> Network settings: DHCP
> login: root
> password: debian
> ssh on port: 22 (root login not allowed)
> login: debian
> password: debian
> Download from:
> untar the file: tar zxvf netinstall.tar.gz
> burn the netinstall.iso to a USB flash drive >500 MB or a CD
> Set the boot order to boot from USB then HD. if possible set to boot from HD then USB. Use something like F12 to boot once from USB. (clear as mud?)
> Installer will start. Select AllStar install.
> Once phase one completes, computer will poweroff or re-boot. Remove USB drive.
> After re-boot, computer will silently complete AllStar Asterisk install from current SVN.
> Once phase two completes, computer will re-boot (without warning)
> Node is now ready for you to edit config files.
> Feel free to ask questions here or direct.
> We have tested it on anything from a VIA C7 to a Intel P4.
> 73, Steve N4IRS
> "Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about."
> 1st Law of Logic
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