[asterisk-users] bash: asterisk: command not found

Tzafrir Cohen tzafrir.cohen at xorcom.com
Wed Dec 7 06:17:15 CST 2016

On Wed, Dec 07, 2016 at 09:23:30AM +0000, ka at mayten.sch.bme.hu wrote:
> On 2016-12-07 09:13, Steve Howes wrote:
> >On 07/12/16 04:56, christopher kamutumwa wrote:
> >>Ive installed asterisk 14.2 on centos 6.8 but i am not able to start it
> >>below is what am executing and those are the errors anything am doing
> >>wrong?
> >
> >It doesn't look like it is installed to me... Check the install
> >actually worked etc. I've never had to do any path changes or anything
> >for asterisk on centos so I suspect it just isn't there...
> >
> it could be either of two things.
> 1) asterisk not being in the $PATH, try launching it by using an absolute
> path

Right. Next time become root with 'su -' and not 'su'. Make sure
/usr/sbin is in your PATH.

> 2) it is, and you have it installed, but you have a 64 bit binary on a 32
> bit OS.  the error message is a match for this scenario.

The binaries would still be in /usr/sbin .

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