I checked this and I can’T use this commands…
All the commands they say in this tutorial don’t work for me “command not found”
List of RasPBX specific commands:
raspbx-upgrade Keep your system up to date with the latest add-ons and
configure-timezone Set timezone for both system and PHP
install-fax Install HylaFAX
add-fax-extension Add additional fax extension for use with HylaFAX
install-fail2ban Install Fail2Ban for additional security
install-dongle Install GSM/3G calling capability with chan_dongle
raspbx-backup Backup your complete system to an image file
Also the “nextsteps” don’t work, because they show to use the Web GUI, but when i try to use the web gui, it shows only the “Apache 2 Debian Default Page”, so no Web GUI…
What could I do there?
After ssh-login it shows this:
login as: root
[email protected]'s password:
Linux FreePBX 5.15.84-v8+ #1613 SMP PREEMPT Thu Jan 5 12:03:08 GMT 2023 aarch64
The programs included with the Debian GNU/Linux system are free software;
the exact distribution terms for each program are described in the
individual files in /usr/share/doc/*/copyright.
Debian GNU/Linux comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY, to the extent
permitted by applicable law.
Last login: Fri Feb 24 18:15:27 2023 from 192.168.0.145
Wi-Fi is currently blocked by rfkill.
Use raspi-config to set the country before use.
@mahbell any idea what I could do?
I installed the actual img which is the same as you said, the 10.10.2020, with Win32DiskImager on my SD-Card which is an 64GB SanDisc ultra whatever…
The Pi has the red LED on and the green LED is flashing sometimes for some seconds (4x slow and 4x fast)… The LAN-port only has the orange Light on. In my Router “Clienttable” the Pi is not listed, so not online…
The page at Downloads | Asterisk for Raspberry Pi says “Due to personal reasons it is unfortunately currently not possible to update the original RasPBX again in order to support the latest Pi 4 hardware revisions.” and more specifically says “Pi 4 with 8GB RAM hangs when running the upgrades.”
So, if you have a smaller or older Pi, try that. Or, you may be able to fix the source. Or, you may be able to start from an OS that does run well on your Pi and rig your own script to install Asterisk, FreePBX and whatever other packages such as fail2ban that you want.
Or, give up and run your PBX in the cloud or in a VM on some other system you have always on.
I don’t know whether this applies to a Pi, but on a CentOS-based FreePBX, the document root is
and you should see an index.php there, as well as an admin directory.
If the stuff is there, check why the Apache config isn’t referencing it.
If it’s not there, search for index.php to see where it got put.
If index.php doesn’t exist anywhere, the FreePBX install probably bombed out early; if you don’t have the logs, attempting a re-install with luck will show an obvious error that points to the problem.