[asterisk-users] DAHDI not loading

Greg Woods greg at gregandeva.net
Mon Mar 16 17:08:40 CDT 2020

Pretty sure Shaun Ruffell nailed it. It sounds like you have secure boot
enabled (systems designed to run Windows, which is just about everything
but a build-it-yourself PC, will enable this by default). This can usually
be turned off the the BIOS. The alternative is to get the module properly
signed, which involves doing things beyond my personal experience. If
secure boot is on, then simply recompiling the module will not help.

Fedora is set up so that if you run a vanilla install, it can boot with
secure boot (all the modules that come from Fedora kernel repos are
signed), but if you add your own module, it won't be signed unless you do
it, which means it won't load if secure boot is enabled.


On Mon, Mar 16, 2020 at 2:46 PM Jerry Geis <jerry.geis at gmail.com> wrote:

> HI All,
> I tried removing the dahdi directory - re-extracting from source and
> recompile. Did not help.
> Still getting the error. I am installing from source.
> Thoughts ?
> Jerry
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