[asterisk-users] my dahdi dont'n start
A J Stiles
asterisk_list at earthshod.co.uk
Tue Apr 26 11:02:24 CDT 2016
On Tuesday 26 Apr 2016, Mamadou NGOM wrote:
> Having installed DAHDI to be able to use the meetme() application , when I
> start the dahdi service it generates me the following error: -bash:
> /etc/init.d/dahdi: No such file or directory
> I need help please.
You are using a distribution that needs an (old-style) initscript to start
dahdi, but don't appear to have the initscript present.
When you type something like
# service foo start
what happens is dependent on what kind of startup system you are using. With
"old-fashioned" initscripts, the computer looks in /etc/init.d for a file
called "foo" and then tries to execute that file with the parameter(s) you
supplied (here "start"). Since there is no file called /etc/init.d/dahdi on
your machine, then the command is failing.
For your convenience, I've attached the relevant initscript from an older
DAHDI version (2.6.1) but it probably should work OK with yours. Save it as
and then run
# chmod 755 /etc/init.d/dahdi
so any user can read and execute it, but only root can write it.
Then it should work.
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