[asterisk-users] Recommended Linux version or how to compile DAHDI on Fedora?

cvandesande at opendmz.com cvandesande at opendmz.com
Sun Jun 24 10:07:37 CDT 2018

About a year ago I switched from CentOS to Alpine Linux for my Asterisk

It has 32bit builds and Asterisk 15.3.0 is packaged in the main repo. 

No complaints so far 



On 2018-06-24 14:39, John Novack wrote:

> CentOS 6 is still supported, and does have a 32 bit version
> I believe version 6 is supported until 2020, which may give you enough time to update your hardware!
> I am running CentOS 6.9 32 bit version, and had a problem with the ( then ) latest Dahdi 2.11
> I believe the issues have now been fixed, and am currently building a 64 bit version on another machine
> John Novack
> Ira wrote: 
>> Hi,
>> I'm currently using 32 CENTOS 5 but it's now unsupported. I only
>> have a 32 bit processor and CENTOS no longer supports 32 bit so
>> I need to move on. I've installed the current version of 32 bit
>> Fedora and I can't get the latest Dahdi to build. Even tried
>> downloading the early release DAHDI from github with no luck.    
>> Any recommendation for which 32 bit LINUX to use going forward?
>> Or optionally, how to compile Dahdi on the most current Fedora.
>> The error was something to do with xxx.timer.timer.xxx = xxxtimer_xxx
>> I don't have the error at hand, because I had to put the old
>> drive back in to get our phones working again.  
>> Thanks, Ira
> -- 
> Dog is my Co-pilot
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