Another after install issue that I am facing.
After a fresh install on CentOS 5.1, things seem to be working fine except for OP Panel. I have a yellow warning next to my OP panel server status.
I also have the following message on the main page
“Could not reload the FOP operator panel server using the bounce_op.sh script. Configuration changes may not be reflected in the panel display.
Added 52 minutes ago
Any ideas what has went wrong and how to fix?
the script is located at /var/lib/asterisk/bin. It is a very simple script that runs one command. It attempts to do a killall on the op_server.pl script. it failed for some strange reason. run the script again or lookup the PID and force the process to terminate.
FYI: The error will stay in the status list until you delete the error.
can anybody help me ?
i have built asterisk from fedora core . i having a problem in FreePbx interface, this problem is when i
use reboot command and after reboot command finished and then op panel was warn , it is present warn yellow
I have just installed Ast 1.6 and FreePBX 2.5.1 on Fedora Core 10. I had the same issue and did a few things:
CHECK OWNERSHIP - I had a lot of errors with permission denied in it. If you’re running Asterisk as the user and group asterisk:
- Make sure that httpd is running as user and group asterisk (not group root!)
- If needed, check that Asterisk is being run as asterisk (not that related, but couldn’t hurt).
- Run chown -R asterisk:asterisk on these directories:
Next (and the big finish) - check your asterisk.conf in /etc/asterisk and /usr/src/freepbx-(VERSION) or whatever source dir you’re using. Somehow, my ASTRUNDIR was set to /var/run instead of /var/run/asterisk. Make sure that it’s set to /var/run/asterisk, that /var/run/asterisk exists, and that it’s owned by asterisk:asterisk. That should work.
Once all of that is done, re-install FreePBX using /usr/src/freepbx-(VER)/apply_conf.sh followed by /usr/src/freepbx-(VER)/install_amp. Once it’s installed, everything seems to work.
TO TEST this, open a sudo’d terminal, type in amportal. You’ll either get a usage message, which means that it’s working, OR an error message. If the error message says that your Asterisk run dir is set to /var/run instead of /var/run/asterisk, you didn’t finish re-installing FreePBX using ./install_amp.
Note: FreePBX does seem to work with a few tweaks with Ast 1.6 and FC10. The tweaks are just permissions and creating standard directories that somehow were missed. I may add an article this week about installing Ast 1.6, FreePBX 2.5.1 on FC10 to my blog - http://blog.matcarlson.com.
I’m working on the new T.38 fax rx and tx now. Check the blog after 4/10/2009 to see if it worked…
The FOP is actually a separate project that gets included with FreePBX. As of my writing of this statement there has not been a formal release of the FOP to support asterisk 1.6 yet. The last release .29 was on June 12, 2008, there was some pre-alpha testing code for asterisk 1.6 was being worked on in November of 08 if you do a good search of that site (http://asternic.org) but nothing has been released yet.
Several other things you mention are also changes that asterisk has done not mistakes or bugs of FreePBX. The change of /var/run to /var/run/asterisk is a change in the code of asterisk 1.6 from all previous versions.
/var/www/html/* and all sub-directories under it should have the ownership set to asterisk:asterisk as Apache should be running as the user asterisk also if you have followed the installation directions.