Really getting tired of no wifi or cell service.
Only have connectivity while at the clubhouse.
People who work for a technology service provider.
this guide no longer works on latest Centos
CentOS Linux release 7.3.1611 (Core)
I am starting to think that those install helper scripts from dev do more damage than good, and manual way are longer but better:
Which part is broken now?
the script will actually report to you that it is finished installing successfully and you can browse to to your site, and it never works. so no real error was displayed. I reran everything a couple of times, same result.
I dont want you to test or re-write anything, its their installer script and they changed it. Either that or I screwed something up but I sticked to the defaults.
If you ask me installer scripts are nice and all, but they distance you from understanding the whole process, the guide I listed is not very accurate, for instance he actually use this command:
systemctl enable start httpd
but it will make you understand the whole process and troubleshoot it better.
You are not supposed to know how to install this from scratch. The developers supported method is to run the install.sh.
If you do it any other way, then you need to accept that if it fails, it is your problem.
This worked on 7.3 a couple months ago when I submitted the pull request to change it to use git on CentOS 7.
I can test again later this week.
Bother, phone didn't cooperate with those then 😐
You have to have a topic selected prior to adding tags to make them stick.
@Emad-R It is IAX2 not AIX.
IAX2 is Inter-Asterisk Exchange and is not a standard for everything. Very little support can be found for IAX2 in general.
IAX2 is nice because it only uses one port (UDP 4569) for signaling and audio, but again, not a heavily used protocol.
The SIP protocol as implemented in Asterisk was showing its age and limiting options in the modern world. That is why Asterisk developers came up with PJSIP, to extend funcitonality while also retaining basic compatibility.
Asterisk (not FreePBX) recommends that you should be using PJSIP by default now.
Get it figured out?
I am not working on this until Tuesday.
I've been out of the 'hands on' Linux game for so long that I don't know what distro has the tools that will help me out.
No tools needed or beneficial for a straight NFS file server.
@scottalanmiller I have a CentOS 7 VM ready to play with now. I also have Ubuntu 16.04 VM as well.
Ubuntu 16.04 is three versions old. Those old LTS versions have limited support and only exists for application compatibility for apps that don't keep current. Never use an old OS version unless you have a specific compatibility issue that you can't avoid and are willing to accept (in many cases, this is a reason to avoid products that might have been abandoned.)
17.04 is current. I rarely use Ubuntu, but when I do, it's always current.
LVM== Logical Volume Manager?
Yes, LVM is a thing like "RAID", not a specific one. All computers have an LVM. Windows has it, Linux has it, AIX has it, every NAS has it. The LVM in Linux is called LVM2.
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