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After some googling and testing, I performed the following:
How much more difficult will it be for me to run Free PBX without that module? What other modules are not compatible with Ubuntu?
How come it is seems so difficult to use FreePBX with Ubuntu? I already have an Ubuntu Server box that performs several different uses on my network, I don’t want to learn a new distro and I don’t want to have a separate box just for FreePBX.
With respect, the commercial modules are linked to zenguard which is technically only supported on the SHMZ or whatever OS, there is no reason for that, zend works on almost all old fashioned hardware, you just have to pay for it
Debian right now is using linux kernel 3.x which has many improvements over 2.6, you should try it sometime. your VM’s will be way better.
But the whole concept of visualizing a lesser kernel on a better kernel just to get a “painted into a corner” OS working is just in MHO bizarre.
Bizarre, you have a flare for the dramatic, I would say creative.
As far as lesser kernels I would assume there may be some merit to that comment technically but from a practical standpoint CentOS is insanely stable. We are thinking about putting servers in the walls of new construction before they put the drywall up. That’s how reliable it is.
I like to use the oldest hardware I can safely get away with. My home server is running on an AMD FX-62 with lots of eBay and craigslist specials inside, and normally doesn’t break a sweat.
As far as virtualization goes, it’s not on my list of things to learn at the moment. I’m only an enthusiast in all this stuff so I have to pick my battles.
I was a bit confused over not being able to follow along all the various wiki instructions, but after spending more time going through them, I think I can get the configuration I want without using any commercial modules.