And I’m getting this error:
Reading package lists… Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information… Done
E: Unable to locate package linux-headers-2.6.32-042stab076.8
E: Couldn’t find any package by regex ‘linux-headers-2.6.32-042stab076.8’
Are you sure you are ready for this project, FreePBX and Asterisk running under Ubuntu in a Virtual Machine on an Apple? Oh well, you never know it might work, but more likely you should do this on a $40 dollar machine from the local Thrift Store.
And perhaps Dicko is a bit harsh if you are having fun, whatever. If you aren’t installing on a MAC then it looks like you are very off track.
Certainly I can understand installing in a VM to learn the system but why not just install the distro that has everything setup for you? To learn how to build the system from source code has little learning value unless you intend on rewriting Asterisk or have some religious objection to CentOS.
I started in Linux on CentOS. I run another server on CentOS. I’m fine with CentOS.
I would love to install the complete Distro/FreePBX package, unfortunately it is not an option. My VPS provider has said that they cannot run the ISO installer.
Dicko: I don’t understand what you are asking with the headers. What is your exact question?
Parallels: I just got a response back from my VPS provider. It seems as though they run Parallels within Linux. So we are both right. They said within their technology (OpenVZ) they use a shared kernel so I can’t change that kernel.