I am trying to install FreePBX 15 on my Odroid C2 arm64 bit device running Arch Linux as this little device is currently my preferred home server running 24/7. I think this device will be powerful enough to connect 1-2 desk phones and a Telekom All IP SIP Trunk for home use.
Up do date Arch Linux aarch64
FreePBX 15.0 git branch
PHP 7.3.1 (cli)
I started by following the non-distro installation guide at the FreePBX Wiki (the link I am not allowed to put here???). After downloading all the sources from the git repository I executed the install script (without --dev-links) and always get the following error:
[alarm@odroid framework]$ sudo ./install Database engine [mysql]: Database name [asterisk]: Database server address [localhost]: CDR Database name [asteriskcdrdb]: Database username [root]: Database password: mariadb File owner user [asterisk]: File owner group [asterisk]: Filesystem location from which FreePBX files will be served [/var/www/html]: /srv/http Filesystem location from which Asterisk configuration files will be served [/etc/asterisk]: Filesystem location for Asterisk modules [/usr/lib/asterisk/modules]: Filesystem location for Asterisk lib files [/var/lib/asterisk]: Filesystem location for Asterisk agi files [/var/lib/asterisk/agi-bin]: Location of the Asterisk spool directory [/var/spool/asterisk]: Location of the Asterisk run directory [/var/run/asterisk]: Location of the Asterisk log files [/var/log/asterisk]: Location of the FreePBX command line scripts [/var/lib/asterisk/bin]: Location of the FreePBX (root) command line scripts [/usr/sbin]: /usr/bin Location of the Apache cgi-bin executables [/var/www/cgi-bin]: /srv/http/cgi-bin Directory for FreePBX html5 playback files [/var/lib/asterisk/playback]: Assuming you are Database Root Checking if SELinux is enabled...Its not (good)! Reading /etc/asterisk/asterisk.conf...Done Checking if Asterisk is running and we can talk to it as the 'asterisk' user...Yes. Determined Asterisk version to be: 16.1.1 Checking if NodeJS is installed and we can get a version from it...Yes. Determined NodeJS version to be: 11.8.0 Preliminary checks done. Starting FreePBX Installation Checking if this is a new install...Yes (No /etc/freepbx.conf file detected) Database Root installation checking credentials and permissions..Connected! Initializing FreePBX Settings Finished initalizing settings Copying files (this may take a bit).... 18465/18465 [============================] 100% Done bin is: /var/lib/asterisk/bin sbin is: /usr/sbin Finishing up directory processes...Done! Running variable replacement...Done Creating missing #include files...Done Setting up Asterisk Manager Connection...Done Running through upgrades... Checking for upgrades.. No further upgrades necessary Finished upgrades Setting FreePBX version to 184.108.40.206...Done Writing out /etc/amportal.conf...Done Writing out /etc/freepbx.conf...Done Chowning directories... PHP Warning: require_once(/srv/http/admin/bootstrap.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /etc/freepbx.conf on line 9 Warning: require_once(/srv/http/admin/bootstrap.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /etc/freepbx.conf on line 9 PHP Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening required '/srv/http/admin/bootstrap.php' (include_path='.:/usr/share/pear') in /etc/freepbx.conf on line 9 Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening required '/srv/http/admin/bootstrap.php' (include_path='.:/usr/share/pear') in /etc/freepbx.conf on line 9 In Process.php line 239: The command "/usr/bin/fwconsole chown" failed. Exit Code: 255(Unknown error) Working directory: /scratch/git/freepbx/framework Output: Error Output: install [--dbengine DBENGINE] [--dbname DBNAME] [--dbhost DBHOST] [--cdrdbname CDRDBNAME] [--dbuser DBUSER] [--dbpass DBPASS] [--user USER] [--group GROUP] [--dev-links] [--skip-install] [--webroot WEBROOT] [--astetcdir ASTETCDIR] [--astmoddir ASTMODDIR] [--astvarlibdir ASTVARLIBDIR] [--astagidir ASTAGIDIR] [--astspooldir ASTSPOOLDIR] [--astrundir ASTRUNDIR] [--astlogdir ASTLOGDIR] [--ampbin AMPBIN] [--ampsbin AMPSBIN] [--ampcgibin AMPCGIBIN] [--ampplayback AMPPLAYBACK] [-r|--rootdb] [-f|--force]
It seems like the bootstrap.php file, which is located at ./amp_conf/htdocs/admin/bootstrap.php, does not get copied by the install script. The expected location is set in the freepbx.conf file:
[alarm@odroid framework]$ cat /etc/freepbx.conf <?php $amp_conf['AMPDBUSER'] = 'freepbxuser'; $amp_conf['AMPDBPASS'] = '****'; $amp_conf['AMPDBHOST'] = 'localhost'; $amp_conf['AMPDBNAME'] = 'asterisk'; $amp_conf['AMPDBENGINE'] = 'mysql'; $amp_conf['datasource'] = ''; //for sqlite3 require_once('/srv/http/admin/bootstrap.php'); ?>
Any ideas how to fix this?
What is the expected behaviour of the install script?
Thanks for your help.