Please forgive my ignorance…I’m pretty new to this.
I installed the 64 bit FreePBX distro (Stable-5.211.65-13). I’ve configured and got it running nicely, however, there are several feature of the Cisco (79x1) phones that I would like to take advantage of and are not enabled without being patched. I found some patches for asterisk 11.9.0 (https://issues.asterisk.org/jira/i#browse/ASTERISK-13145) that I beleive will enable these features.
I’ve download the asterisk 11.9.0 source, patched, configured and did a make on…Ready to be installed; however, I’m thinking this will have some adverse affects on everything that I have configured thus far. Also, it appears that there are some asterisk source patches that were included with the FreePBX distro (http://wiki.freepbx.org/display/FD/FreePBX+Distro+Features+above+stock+Asterisk). What kind of impact will doing the “make install” have on my current setup? Will the patches that were included with the distro be excluded by proceding? I assume so, and if that is the case is it possible to obtain these patches and apply them manually as I have the other patch?
Any guidance in this matter that anyone can provide would be most appreciated.
@tonyclewis will have to answer that for you.
We do not have public patches but we have SRPMs that have everything in the SRPM. http://yum.freepbxdistro.org/pbx/SRPMS/
Hey, sorry to drag up an old topic, but I wanted to put this here since it’s on the front page of google when searching how to apply the cisco-usecallmanager patch to freepbx.
There is a new version of this patch which applies to asterisk 13.10.0, which is the version of asterisk used by the newest FreePBX - 10.13.66-15. So since we have Cisco 7900 phones, I wanted to get the cutting-edge FreePBX working with them. After several hours and much ado I have something to show for it, and here it is:
Here I have the shmz6 version of asterisk 13.10.0-1.shmz6.x86_64 patched with the cisco-usecallmanager-13.10.0 patch:
I have provided both an SRPM and an RPM and my notes of what was done to produce them.
To install it:
Make sure you are running version 10.13.66-15 of FreePBX:
Then download my asterisk13-core RPM and then simply:
rpm -Fvh --nodeps asterisk13-core-13.10.0-2.shmz6.x86_64.rpm --force
I hope this helps someone!
PS: Sorry for the links not being links, I signed up just so I could post this, and it won’t let me post links because I am a new user, so you’ll have to copy/paste.