I have also tried to remove all of the files within /var/lock/subsys/ but this does not seem to help.
I understand that the asterisk crashes because it can’t find find the ooh323.conf file, which appears to be missing from the system but I don’t know why or how can I disable this codec since I don’t use H.323.
And when I try to restart the asterisk with service asterisk restart or /etc/init.d/asterisk restart it shows:
Stopping safe_asterisk: [ OK ]
Shutting down asterisk: [FAILED]
Starting asterisk: [ OK ]
Yes, I have deleted all asterisk folders, Nevermind, finally I just reinstalled the whole system, because after the installation from source I wasn’t able even to perform an internal call. It took me almost 2 days to debug the problem and 3-4 hours to reinstall the whole system. Anyway thanks a lot for your help kbeq!
Just in case this might help someone… In my case, I found that using touch to create an empty ooh323.conf file was not good enough. I’m guessing this was due to my system having multiple network interfaces (i.e. both eth0 and eth1 are configured). I could not get asterisk 11.11 to start successfully until I added both of these lines in my ooh323.conf file:
where 192.168.1.4 is the address of one of my network interfaces.