[asterisk-users] Asterisk : CDR Analyzer Updated

Mitul Limbani mitul at enterux.in
Mon May 25 04:56:21 CDT 2020

Hello Doug,

Maybe you can have it uploaded on GitHub.com as a repository ?
With a README.md file on how to install it for PHP7 ?

Mitul Limbani,
Business Head,
Enterux Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
110 Reena Complex, Opp. Nathani Steel,
Vidyavihar (W), Mumbai - 400 086. India
email: mitul at enterux.in
DID: +91-22-71967196
Cell: +91-9820332422

On Mon, May 25, 2020 at 3:17 PM Doug Lytle <support at drdos.info> wrote:

> Everybody,
> I've been using the old Asterisk CDR Areski GUI CDR-Stats for at least a
> dozen years, it was easy to configure and didn't requite installing
> 'connectors' on anything or adding tables on the DB server.
> It's based off of PHP5 and the only reason I still keep around a Debian 7
> system, since it won't work with the newer PHP7.
> A friend of mine is learning PHP7 and offered to update Asterisk Stats to
> work with the PHP7 as a learning experience.
> I've currently got the updated Asterisk Stats running on Debian 10
> (Buster) without issues.
> Anybody wanting a copy, just reply to this email and I'll provide the
> updated archived install.
> Doug
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