[Asterisk-Dev] Updated RPMS for Asterisk-1.0 RC1

Greg Boehnlein damin at nacs.net
Sat Jul 17 07:12:23 MST 2004

Hello all,
	Hot on the announcement this morning by Mark, I have updated and 
rebuilt new Asterisk RPMS for RedHat 7.3, 8, 9 and Fedora Core 1. Please
feel free to install these and beat them up. The usual disclaimer 
applies.. These haven't been tested, not reccomended for production use, 
don't bug Digium for support of these, blah blah blah....

You can find the updated RPMS and Source at:

Asterisk RPMS for RedHat
Welcome to the wonderful world of Open Source VoIP!

Asterisk is a complete PBX in software. It runs on Linux and 
provides all of the features you would expect from a PBX and 
more. Asterisk does voice over IP in three protocols, and can 
inter operate with almost all standards-based telephony equipment 
using relatively inexpensive hardware.

The RPMS contained on this FTP site are experimental builds for 
RedHat and are not officially supported or sanctioned by Digium. 
Therefore, support will not be provided by Digium. Please be 
respectful of this fact and use the high quality, extensive 
resources provided by the Asterisk community for support. Chances 
are that all of the questions you will ask have been answered in 
the past. Take the time to research before you ask!

While the maintainers of these RPMS have made every effort to 
ensure the widest level of compatibility and stability, every 
Asterisk installation is different. Therefore, we would caution 
you against using these on Production systems without proper 

Currently, these RPMS are being maintained by Gregory Boehnlein 
<damin at nacs.net>. Please help the cause by sending patches, 
updates, suggestions and improvements to me in E-mail.

Download the appropriate RPMS for your distribution and install 
in the following order:

rpm -Uvh libpri*
rpm -Uvh zaptel*
rpm -Uvh kernel-module-zaptel*
rpm -Uvh asterisk*

Installing the RPMS will not yield a working system and to get 
anything useful, you will need to configure Asterisk. Please
review the following PDF file information on getting started
with Asterisk: http://www.digium.com/handbook-draft.pdf

The Asterisk Wiki represents the collective knowledge of the 
community and is a resource that you will use often. Please help 
the cause by reviewing, correcting and updating the information 
found at: http://www.voip-info.org/wiki-Asterisk

Special Thanks
These RPMS are made possible from a combination of work that I 
have done and the excellent work of Tom Moertel 
(http://community.moertel.com) for the Zaptel RPM.

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