[asterisk-users] How to make asterisk work with remote mysql database?

Vinicius Fontes vinicius at aittelecom.com.br
Thu May 7 13:43:29 CDT 2015

To install start script: make config
To install samples (this will overwrite all files in /etc/asterisk!): make

I usually do this when I need to compile and install Asterisk:

./configure && make menuselect && make && make install && make config &&
make samples

2015-05-07 14:44 GMT-03:00 Manish Jain <manish.jain at roundabouttech.com>:

> Hi,
> I am trying to make asterisk 11.7 work on Ubuntu 12 (amd64). I would like
> asterisk to not use the inbuilt sqlite database. Instead, I want it use a
> remote mysql database. Is this possible ? If yes, is there any good HowTo
> on this ?
> Running 'make install' installed my asterisk successfully, but no conf
> files were copied to /etc/asterisk. Nor was a service start script placed
> in /etc/init.d. Is there normal ? fixable?
> One additional problem is that, after installation, the CLI has no odbc
> command. Why could this be ? I suspect that for asterisk to work with
> remote mysql database, odbc functionality needs to be fully workable.
> Thanks for any help.
> Manish Jain
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