[asterisk-users] Problem installing asterisk 10.1.3 on SUSE
danny at debsinc.com
Thu Mar 22 12:49:52 CDT 2012
Just to update everyone, I did a "make -i" to ignore the error on the
required make of astdb2sqlite3, but haven't done the make install because I
can't bring the machine down to try it at this time. I have a hunch that
either Asterisk will crash or I will have to do some "sqlite voodoo" to get
it up and running. I know that the ASTDB functionality is important to lots
of folks and functions, but you should be able to compile and start without
it if you have a simple dialplan that doesn't use it.
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[mailto:asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com] On Behalf Of A J Stiles
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2012 12:45 PM
To: Asterisk Users Mailing List - Non-Commercial Discussion
Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] Problem installing asterisk 10.1.3 on SUSE
On Thursday 22 March 2012, Danny Nicholas wrote:
> Confusion? I'm looking at the Asterisk Release download directory and
> only see asterisk-10.1.3.tar.gz, not asterisk-10.1.3-32.tar.gz and
> asterisk-10.1.3.64.tar.gz. is this a configuration or make option?
Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions (and, indeed, the versions for non-Intel
architectures) are built from exactly the same Source Code. Which version
gets built is determined in distro-dependent ways: for instance, Gentoo has
"use flags" which determine various things about how packages are built.
I'm not familiar with SuSE, so you'll have to consult your documentation.
However, the selection of what target you're building for most probably is
determined either by exporting environment variables, or by passing
parameters to the configure script.
Answers come *after* questions.
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