[asterisk-dev] Asterisk Docker Containers: Phase 1

Tzafrir Cohen tzafrir.cohen at xorcom.com
Thu Nov 26 05:57:19 CST 2015

On Wed, Nov 25, 2015 at 10:03:56AM -0500, Leif Madsen wrote:
> Absolutely! You would do that with an ENV (environment variable) setting in
> the Dockerfile. Once that was setup, you can override that at build time
> (basically you set a "default" value, and then you can override it from the
> docker build command when you're building the container image).
> So phase 1 is actually already dead. I've been busy working on a
> provisioning platform the last two weeks (on top of being sick), but I'm
> through enough of it that I should be able to get to my phase 2 blog post
> this week (ideally this afternoon).
> The preferred approach (as mentioned in my phase 1 blog post) is to
> actually base on an RPM package. One of the issues was just trying to deal
> with fedpkg (which is an awesome system btw) and getting custom changes,
> and whatever version of Asterisk you wanted.

I personally prefer git-buildpackage. RPM support is now getting merged
into the main tree. If you want to easily maintain patches in a patch
queue in a git repository, it may come in handy.

My current tree:


Includes the Opus codec patch (thanks for all those who keep help
maintain it).

               Tzafrir Cohen
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