To begin you need to install Debian 8.1.
Critical step in the installation process.
When the installation process ask for “Some of you hardware needs non-free firmware – the missing firmware files are rtl_nic/rtl8168g-2.fw”, you need to dowload from Debian Packaged web site package named firmware-realtek (see linkografia), uncompress it to an USB stick (using 7zip for example): after that you can insert USB key in your Acer and continue with installation process.
My choice: Guided – use entire – all file in one partition
My choice: ssh server and standard system utilities
Root SSH Access
You need to permit root user to get via SSH in order to facilitate the configuration steps.
> sed -i 's/PermitRootLogin without-password/PermitRootLogin yes/' /etc/ssh/sshd_config
> service sshd restart
To install the GuruPlug you need:
– JTAG Board
– TFTP server
– Linux Box connected to JTAG via USB (I’ve used Debian 8).
Connect the UART port to the GuruPlug and the JTAG board to your Linux computer.
After upgrading to Asterisk/FreePbx 12 happenz the next error
PHP Warning: session_start(): open(/var/lib/php/session/ failed.... Permission denied (13) in /var/www/html/admin/config.php on line 68
Praticaly when you login to freepbx web interface, and select any item in the menu, you will return to login page !
chown -R asterisk:asterisk /var/lib/php/session
Fax in Voip Env….. Joy and pain….
In this post I’ll show how to configure Asterisk 13/FreePbx 12 to use T.38 Fax capabilities to receive fax using SpanDSP (FFA not work in Asterisk 13….).
IMHO when possible is better configure Asterisk Fax system to use T.38 when possible instead alaw or other codec.
To transmit fax you can see my post.
Asterisk Mail2Fax using FFA in poor man style ! (linkografia)
To install and configure SpanDSP you can read my post
Add Fax capabilities in Asterisk >=13 (linkografia) Continue reading
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