On 5/27/2023 3:37 PM, Steve Matzura wrote:
On 5/27/2023 11:40 AM, aster...@phreaknet.org wrote:
Ya know, that's the one thing I didn't do was test Playback before
copying the sound files out of /usr/share/asterisk/sounds/en_us into
/var/lib/asterisk/sounds--I don't even know for sure that hello-world
was playing from the /var path and not the /usr path. Good idea to
test that and see what's really going on. I think I set too much store
by these books sometimes. But when that's all I have, I tend to go
with what I know, and if the book is all I know ... well ...
Relative paths are relative to your language-specific directory.
A great reason to avoid Asterisk packages and compile from source
instead. You'll save yourself a lot of headaches.
That's how I started, by trying to build version 18 from source. It
failed. Colossally. The compile of sources would run for a while, then
the machine would crash spectacularly--I mean, not just hang or
reboot. It actually turned itself off. I tried it several times, and
each time it failed in the same way, but at a different spot in the
compile process. If ever I could figure out a way to trace that one
down, I would. It was the strangest thing.
This sounds like your machine is defective in some major way. Granted,
compiling software is pretty intensive, but your machine shouldn't just
crash. I would try to figure that out. Is this a VM / bare metal? Have
you tried this on another machine?
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