I downloaded the ISO and am trying to install the distro on an HP Proliant server. It boots off the disk and I put in the ip address, mask, dns, and gateway information. It seems that the network settings are “taking” as, at that point, the server is ping-able.
I’m in the same boat here. I’ve been scouring the forums trying not to freak out. I’ve got to reinstall the software for a client’s PBX, I have the original cd I used just 3 months ago, now I cannot get past the kickstart error. What was your configuration change that you are stating allowed you past this message, please?
I know it’s over a year later, but I’m up the creek here and I cannot figure out why I cannot install the distro 126.96.36.199
The newer version of the distro has been installed on this same model box. I had another one put in her in place of the old box that failed, but when I install the latest version of the distro, configure it for this office, the darn thing starts running into asterisk errors. I thought there would be a way to backup to this older version, because before the box blew up I had no configuration errors or issues.
What do I do? I’m not a programmer and I really don’t have the time or budget to resolve all the asterisk errors I got running across the log files.
What type of Asterisk errors. The latest version has been installed over 20,000 times so I can not imagine 20,000 people missed some major error. You sure your just not seeing asterisk warnings as their are tons of warnings about FreePBX dialplan and includes missing and all kinds of things but they are warning not errors
I’ll get you some of the messages on the box I set aside that was giving me trouble and get you some error messages.
Errors related to unknown users (manager, isyphony, etc.) not being able to log in…
I’ve had outbound calls and inbound calls failing and glitching out, whereas the version I’m mentioning above runs absolutely flawlessly on a PBX in the office next door. I wish I would’ve burned a full cd for installation because all I need is a simple setup for 4-10 handsets, a conference bridge and remote phones.