[asterisk-users] trying to upgrade asterisk and Debian -- not working (John Covici)

Floimair Florian f.floimair at commend.com
Thu Jan 24 08:46:13 CST 2019


You need to run
make uninstall_all
while you still have 13.24.0-rc1 checked out.
Then checkout the previous version, rebuild it and make install.
13.15.0 doesn't know anything about modules added by 13.24.0.
You usually would get a warning when running make install that there are modules present that were not compiled with the current version.

 
 
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´╗┐Am 24.01.19, 08:52 schrieb "asterisk-users im Auftrag von John Covici" <asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com im Auftrag von covici at ccs.covici.com>:

    I checked out 13.15.0, ./configure, make delete all modules, followed
    by make install.
    
    On Thu, 24 Jan 2019 01:17:32 -0500,
    Stefan Viljoen wrote:
    > 
    > What procedure did you follow to revert back to the old version?
    > 
    > It sounds like your binary has been revereted, but the modules it needs to load are still the 13.24.0-rc1 modules...
    > 
    > ---
    > Hi.  I am trying to upgrade my asterisk from 13.15 to the latest of asterisk 13 which seems to be 13.24.0-rc1.  At the same time I want to go from Debian 8 to DEbian 9 to get a more recent operating system and applications.
    > 
    > I ran in to the following problems when trying to do this.
    > 
    > When trying to use asterisk 13.24.0-rc1, I ran into some strange problems with some of my custom scripts.
    > 
    > It seems the following statement immediately disconnects the user exten => s,n,Read(digit,,1,,1,20) ; read a digit
    > 
    > In the log after that statement it says user disconnected.  I have an agi which speaks some text before the read and that agi does not even say anything, although it does complete.
    > 
    > Now, if I try to go back to 13.15.0, it does not work at all because it keeps telling in my log that modules support is not available, so no modules get loaded.
    > 
    > Any ideas on thispuzzle would be appreciated.
    > 
    > 
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