I guess you missed most of the post about this
It has everything to do the OS when you are speaking of paths…trust MY facts are right.
As for your post that was my first response to his post,
Me: install on support OS…
or go kill the htaccess file
OPer: Where is the htaccess file??
OK he did not know about the file or how to locate it, so the best thing in this case is to take the user to a OS which will not need to be tweaked.
What version of freepbx are you running
This box is behind a firewall right???
If you have the file it is here
But I would think you just need to find out what the issue is with your install
Why are you not using Centos???
And then I get a message…
And then he asked about the OS.
To which I state that Centos was the best for asterisk and freepbx combo.
Now due to my sloppy typing the text got put in twice once in caps and once more after the first time, now if you for reason you took that to read something else… who knows where you come up with that??
If he was wanting to run a lean mean box without GUI / or atleast a working one…it would have been PoundKey / AsteriskNow
The question was not what OS I LIKE or what OS does everyone else like
the question was what was the best OS to use for Asterisk and Freepbx combo
That is all nothing more nothing less…
I know very well what freepbx is fellow
I setup Asterisk boxes all over the world (I have over 130 installs not counting the downloaded ISO / tar installs)
So please get over whatever it is you think know or think u understand.