No, I had no intention of doing any of those things, for I know not what
they are or why I would need or want to be doing them. Maybe I should
have just stuck with the original idea of installing from Debian distro.
I'm exploring the phreaknet option now. If I come up with a running
system, I'm just going to leave it that way and work with it as it is.
On 4/6/2023 10:35 AM, Antony Stone wrote:
On Thursday 06 April 2023 at 15:48:24, Steve Matzura wrote:
this is the first time I have attempted a
from-scratch installation and setup on my own.
...<so far, so good>...
Then the weeds started to appear, and I was off into them.
The first was the mention of Alembic.
Reading on, I found this, regarding an SQL database:
SQL? Database? Where ... what ...
Thanks in advance for any assistance.
Well, my first question would be "are you intending to use Asterisk Realtime
features (ie: configurations in database tables instead of text files) in this
If you are, then you do need to install a few more packages on your Debian
system, but if not, then there is no reason to pay any attention at all to
anything to do with Alembic, Realtime, SQL etc.
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