[asterisk-users] install asterisk

Albert Bonomo apeto2104 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 13 15:52:20 CDT 2010

Tzafrir, I wasn't following one document. I read a lot and made my own
following many tutorials found on the way.

The version I was installed was 1.4
I have the sources so I tried to use the same version.
So I followed the same procedure that worked for mi last time.

Mi problem is not with Asterisk.
A can not pass the first step: yum install kernel-devel.
I'm having problems with my server. Some kernel version problems

The thing is that FEDORA has Asterisk in repository and I run
yum install asterisk and worked fine.
I Hope I wont have troubles after that but so far, looks good.

I think that if a fix my system problem, everything will work fine.
But for now, the solution that I found is ok.


2010/8/13 Tzafrir Cohen <tzafrir.cohen at xorcom.com>

> On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 10:08:37AM -0300, Albert Bonomo wrote:
> > Here is my question.
> > My first install experience was quit a headache. I downloaded the sources
> > from Digium,
> > make them and after that make install them. Before that, I had to install
> > all the dependencies
> > bison, ncurses, zlib,gcc...and all there devels packages.
> bison? yacc!
> Could you please point us to the document you followed?
> bison is no longer needed (as of 1.4, IIRC). As of 1.6.0 (or is it
> 1.6.2?) libxml2 is required.
> There's also a script in the sources to install build dependencies.
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