Once SSH’d in (and using the command-line):
Is there an easy-enough command to run (or file structure to look for), so that we can determine if the build is FreePBX (and what version) and/or if the build was from an SangomaOS.ISO?
Also, what is the command to run:
To re-see the “splash” screen which comes up in GREEN and shows details about the local networking and the build in general?
Trying to go back through a few older PBX builds to determine if they are standard FPBX or SangomaOS builds.
Thanks for any tips / suggestions.
To build on @ashcortech’s answer, if the file
exists, you have a FreePBX Distro system and the content will show you the version.
We have the directory
BUT: inside the directory: there is no pbx-version (file)
Would this mean: you have “only” FreePBX (not built) from .ISO
Thank you for this TIP!
Anyone know how to re-bring back up:
The initial “splash-screen” of information when you 1st log into the system with SSH (from the command line).
This is for a PBX built using the SangomaOS.ISO
Sometimes: re-looking at the info in the SSH login (MOTD) screen can help, but I cannot recall what syntax brings this info back up again.
Thanks for the reminder.
[[email protected] ~]# fwconsole motd
______ ______ ______ __ __
| ___| | ___ \| ___ \\ \ / /
| |_ _ __ ___ ___ | |_/ /| |_/ / \ V /
| _| | '__| / _ \ / _ \| __/ | ___ \ / \
| | | | | __/| __/| | | |_/ // /^\ \
\_| |_| \___| \___|\_| \____/ \/ \/
wonderful … thank you, Lome!
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