[asterisk-users] asterisk 1.4.39 and dahdi 2.6

bilal ghayyad bilmar_gh at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 21 16:07:12 CDT 2012


The output of the ./configure that is related to dahdi is:

checking for DAHDI_RESET_COUNTERS in dahdi/user.h... yes
checking dahdi/tonezone.h usability... yes
checking dahdi/tonezone.h presence... yes
checking for dahdi/tonezone.h... yes

And the dependecies of the chan_dahdi as I saw in the make menuselect is (but really I do not know what the M and E means, and how I can be sure if they are existed or not)?

Depends on: res_smdi(M), dahdi(E), tonezone(E), res_features(M), pri(E)

Any help?


> > Well, I did make menuselect and I really found the XXX
> and did not get the ability to select the channel. So what
> could be the reason?
> When you are in menuselect, looking at the 'channels' page,
> scroll the 
> cursor down to chan_dahdi (marked with 'XXX'), and look at
> the bottom of 
> the window/screen. In that area there will be information
> about the 
> chan_dahdi dependencies that were or were not found by the
> the configure 
> script. If you can copy and paste that information here, we
> can try to 
> help you figure out what is going on. It's quite strange
> that 
> codec_dahdi successfully built but chan_dahdi did not; the
> problem is 
> likely not related to DAHDI, but due to some other
> dependency that 
> chan_dahdi has. As I said before, what we really should be
> looking at is 
> the configure script output that indicates what it was able
> to find and 
> what it was not able to find, but the menuselect information
> is a 
> reasonable next step.
> As Kevin said, you need to check the out put when you run
> ./configure.  
> You could pipe it through less or copy-and-paste it into a
> text editor
> to search it for anything about dahdi.  It should tell
> you what's wrong.

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