I have followed this:https://wiki.freepbx.org/display/FOP/Installing+FreePBX+14+on+Ubuntu+18.04 to the letter and have got the system working.
BUT, what I really want is to set this up to be an emergency back up for my SNG7 system at work.
(long story, the working one is on a Chromebox CN60 and it was easy to load it on there from USB as the OS. I bought a Chromebox 3 to do the same, but for some reason which is thoroughly verified, you can’t load a replacement OS from a USB (Legacy boot is broken). When I went to do it using Mr Chromebox’s firmware, it couldn’t handle the kernel in the FreePBX. I am able to load Ubuntu, though. So here I am…)
Problem is, the steps outlined here do not give me access to the commercial modules like SysAdmin, and also does not give me the CLI, or the module where you can access the config files. Probably a bunch of others too.
Also, and probably for the same reason, I am unable to activate this installation.
Basically, I would like to know if there is any way of loading the full version of FreePBX, preferable the SNG7 version, onto Ubuntu 18.04.
Or if there is a way to fix the kernel panic when I load my SNG7 USB onto the modified chromebox.
My apologies if I am simply trying to do things that the system is not designed for.