AMD64-i386 install problem

I have been fighting a problem installing ASL 1.01 (Debian 9) from DVD ISO image for AMD-i386 (mini-ITX), downloaded from the Wiki page. Everything is fine except the asterisk service fails to start due to a dependency (dahdi pseudo does not start). Has anyone run into this problem?

This server has been running CentOS ACID for 7 years until disk corruption set in. I would much prefer to rebuild with Debian 9 (or 8) .

Regards,
Tom / K5TRA

Try compiling dahdi per instructions on the WiKi.

https://wiki.allstarlink.org/wiki/DAHDI_Make

EVERYONE has run into that problem. Hopefully will be fixed in the next release.

Ken

Ken, thanks for your reply. Is there a suggested interim fix?

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From: Ken Jamrogowicz via AllStarLink Discussion Groups noreply@community.allstarlink.org
Sent: Friday, May 15, 2020 3:29 PM
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Subject: [AllStarLink Discussion Groups] [App_rpt-users] AMD64-i386 install problem

Ken_Jamrogowicz
May 15

EVERYONE has run into that problem. Hopefully will be fixed in the next release.

Ken


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Yes - do what wd6awp said. I am just busting his chops.

Hi Tom,

Check in /dev and see if you have the dahdi pseudo device files. If not you will need to pull them in.

do

sudo dpkg-reconfigure asl-dahdi-linux-dkms

Once it has done its bit, reboot and then go and check to see if the /dev entries have turned up.

If they have, you should be good to go.

Cheers,
Simon
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