[asterisk-users] What version of Linux?

Tech Support asterisk at voipbusiness.us
Tue Aug 29 09:18:44 CDT 2017

    Have you run the script that's included in the Asterisk distribution
that lists and installs the needed dependencies? It's called
"install_prereq" and it's in the contrib/scripts directory. Hope this helps.
John V.

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[mailto:asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com] On Behalf Of Ira
Sent: Monday, August 28, 2017 03:28 PM
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Subject: [asterisk-users] What version of Linux?

Hello Asterisk,

I've been running CentOS since 2006 or so and support for the 32 bit version
recently ended. CentOS no longer offers a 32 bit version so I thought I'd
try Fedora 26 as they have 32 bit and support. Got it installed, then
downloaded Asterisk 14.6.0 but can't seem to get it built. The configure
script fails with some error about CPP not working correctly? I did discover
that kernel-devel was not installed so I fixed that but I'm still stuck.

Is the latest Fedora a good choice for an Asterisk box or should I try
something else. The machine is an Intel Atom board with a Digium PCI analog
board for my one last analog line.

I believe the board is limited to a 32 bit OS.

So two questions, is Fedora a good choice and if not, what should I use for
a machine running only Asterisk and Samba?

Is there a list of dependencies I need to install before Asterisk will

Thanks, Ira 

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