Thank you very much for your feedback Julian. I agree with you, Wanpipe is
a pain to install. For the moment I will stick to Debian Wheezy (kernel
3.2), but it bothers me not to be able to go for a complete distro update.
Let´s see if somebody else had luck with this process.
On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 7:51 PM, Julian Beach <jb_s...@trink.co.uk> wrote:
> Hello Guillermo,
> On Tuesday, September 13, 2016, 7:10:29 PM, you wrote:
> > I have tried to install Wanpipe 7.0.20 in a fresh-installed Debian
> > 8.5 (Jessie) server, but when I reach to the point where I have to
> > enter the Linux Headers directory (installed in default with
> > “apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r)”), I get an error, the
> > package refuses to compile and installation aborts.
> Wanpipe installs fill me with dread! Sangoma say that they only
> support CentOS 6.x installs, and after many struggles to get Wanpipe
> to work on Fedora versions, that is what I run it on (CentOS 6.7).
> Even then, install issues are not uncommon, and it seems to be
> particularly sensitive to kernel issues - I avoid kernel updates on my
> Asterisk box!
> I am currently running with kernel 2.6.32. Sangoma says that Wanpipe
> will work on 4.3 kernels, but if your kernel is newer than 4.3
> (November 2015) then that might be your problem.
> "setup_drv_compile.log" is the place to look for clues. You should
> find it in the directory where your Wanpipe source files are.
> Best regards,
> Julian mailto:jb_s...@trink.co.uk
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