Access to an ISO no longer available


(Brad Rodgers) #1

Due to some type of audit our agency is going through, I am being told to produce the freepbx-10.13.66-6-x86_64-full-1445789882.iso file which is what I used to originally install one of our FreePBX servers. I have unsuccessfully argued that our systems have been updated past 10.13.66-6 and that the file is no longer available for download.

Is there any way I can get this file or does anyone still have it?


(Simon Telephonics) #2

https://downloads.freepbxdistro.org/ISO/


(Brad Rodgers) #3

I already looked there and that specific ISO is no longer there.


(Simon Telephonics) #4

Sorry. And that sounds like a ridiculous audit, if the auditors don’t understand the concept of updates. Good luck.

In 2018, someone was looking for 10.13.66-6 and couldn’t find it then either. https://community.freepbx.org/t/need-iso-download-for-10-13-66-6/54440


(Brad Rodgers) #5

I agree that it is a ridiculous audit but it is beyond my control.

I also came across that post from 2018. I totally get what Tony was saying about minor versions but in my situation I do not need the ISO for an install.


(TheJames) #6

Back in college they wanted to do a software license audit and required a printed copy of the eula for all software used. The department head printed out hundreds of copies of the gpl