FreePBX Distro 6.12.65-32 to 10.13.66

Hello,

I have a PBX with the below versions.

FreePBX Distro: 6.12.65-32
FreePBX: 12.0.76.2
Asterisk: 11.21.2

I would like to update to the 10.13.66 track. It is just a case of running the 6.12.65-100 script or would I need to upgrade Asterisk first please? If so do i use this method? http://wiki.freepbx.org/display/PPS/Changing+Major+Asterisk+Versions+on+the+Fly and would I expect any issues please? Also do i need to upgrade to FreePBX 13 first please?

Thanks for the help

You don’t need to upgrade Asterisk at all - you can stick with 11 if you are happy with it - and the script is actually 10.13.66-1 - here:

https://upgrades.freepbxdistro.org/stable/10.13.66/upgrade-10.13.66-1.sh

Once you do that script, you should go all the way through to 10.13.66-11.

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Thanks,

Do I have to do anything to FreePBX please? Do I have to update to Version 13 first?

Thanks

Nope - the scripts do it all for you.

Brill thanks, going to give it a bash later today.

how did the update go? any pointers? i gave to perform the same version update

It would seem that the script does not work in the raspberry pi version of freepbx. I haven’t done any real digging yet but it looks like the two schmoozecom (I think thats the name) directories do not exist. I’ll play with it over next couple of days but I thought I would ask as there might already be a raspbx version.

Thanks

Hi!

That’s because those scripts only support the FreePBX distro

I doubt we we will ever see a FreePBX distro for the Raspberry PI unless its storage medium becomes a loooooot more reliable than it currently is…

(I have Raspberry PIs by the way but I would never use them for a PBX…)

Good luck and have a nice day!

Nick

I’ll upvote that. I’ve got three of them working in my server farm right now, but none of them are “high I/O” systems because the filesystems are SO fragile.