I have this problem after update to Asterisk 11.16.0:
module load chan_dahdi.so
Unable to load module chan_dahdi.so
Command ‘module load chan_dahdi.so’ failed.
[2015-02-27 11:49:37] WARNING: loader.c:439 load_dynamic_module: Error loading module ‘chan_dahdi.so’: libwat.so.1.0.24: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[2015-02-27 11:49:37] WARNING: loader.c:918 load_resource: Module ‘chan_dahdi.so’ could not be loaded.
cp libwat.so.1.0.25 libwat.so.1.0.24
Just used this method to recover dahdi on a system:
cp /usr/lib/libwat.so /usr/lib/libwat.so.1.0.24
cp /usr/lib64/libwat.so /usr/lib64/libwat.so.1.0.24
for 64-Bit systems - Why is this still coming up? I updated a box this weekend and this bug came up again - even though it was reported back in February?
What version of the Distro are you using @GSnover. Based on your other thread its a very old version of the Distro which is not supported in years.
Absolutely latest version of the Distro achieved with the System Admin Pro and running all upgrade scripts to current:
PBX Firmware: 6.12.65-27
PBX Service Pack: 18.104.22.168
What version of Asterisk?
Connected to Asterisk 11.17.1 currently running on localhost (pid = 12102)
I didn’t mean to, but I think I have two threads going on the same topic - We should close this one and look here:
Don’t know how to link them.
Please do a yum update. This has been resolved with the latest Asterisk RPMs we built.
Yup - Updates worked fine on another box last night - no problems with libwat now.