[App_rpt-users] DIAL distribution : a few questions
szingman at msgstor.com
Mon Nov 2 06:29:57 EST 2015
Thanks for the kind words.
1: A backup is always a good idea. The problem with a kernel upgrade is
that the kernel headers also need to be upgraded also. The DAHDI needs
to be re-built. apt-get upgrade should still be safe.
2: Yes, source to DAHDI, Asterisk and of course app_rpt is included. the
source used to compile DAHDI and Asterisk are at /usr/srv/astsrc-1.4.23-pre
2: Since we use the svn for the source, the plan is to checkout changes
and re-compile. Not a full re-compile, just the changes modules.
73, Steve N4IRS
On 11/02/2015 04:43 AM, Toussaint OTTAVI wrote:
> After my first attempts with manual compilation on a Cubox (ARM7), I
> saw the new DIAL distribution, and I installed it on a RPi2. Thank
> you, Steve, for the great work :-) The choice of a Debian base, and
> the choice of the targets (rpi2 and i386) are exactly what I need :-)
> Now, a few questions :
> 1/ I saw a 'warning' about upgrading the kernel on ARM7 platforms,
> because it's not fully supported by Debian. Can we safely do an
> "apt-get upgrade", or should we make a sdcard backup before ?
> 2/ Are the Asterisk and app_rpt sources included ? If so, where ?
> 3/ How will the future app_rpt updates made available ?
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