Unable to view my PBX GUI

Hi All,
I am unable to see my pbx GUI. When i call my PBX GUI from antoher computer on my LAN by typing this IP ( I receive bellow message/page:

Note I dowloaded and run this script without error:
4.211.64-1-Installer-Script.sh” .

Any help!


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That is the default apache web page, so the script did not run successfully. You will need to provide more information about how you did what to whatever on which OS etc.

Hi dicko.
I am running CentOS release 6.3 (Final), Kernel 2.6.32-358.0.1.el6.i686.
I download the ISO “FreePBX-3.211.63-10-i386-Full-1374011594.iso” and burned it into a CD rom, booted from the CD, run the installation and followed the instrunction “Installing FreePBX Official Distro”. I also watched the video installation instruction and did exactly what it says. The installation was done successfully. When I call the FreePBX distro GUI by entering the IP address the appache appears on the screen on my browser. How can I call/see the FreePBX GUI?
Thanks in advanced

Did you check the md5sum of your media against st the published one?

No, I did not. How can I do that?
The versions that are available for download, are they not free!!

Run md5sum /dev/cdrom for example . All free as in cost. But not completely opensource.

It says: “Buffer I/O error on device sr0, logical block 303904”

That’s not good. I suggest you start over.

Ok, I will reinstall from the scratch.

Do you recomand a specific version? 32bit, 64bit the old version etc.
By the way, where is your location? I am located in DK.

No recommendations here, 32 bit is more ubiquitous. Asterisk/FreePBX is not particularly CPU intensive, a home/office will work fine with a 35 dollar Raspberry Pi. A huge call center will usually peg-out with ulimits by default even if you use 64bit. Personally I roll my own and don’t rely on any distro (apart from the RasPBX which takes about three weeks and a half to compile Asterisk/kernel and install FreePBX on :wink: ). Just go with the latest non beta distro of your choice.

I have searched and read recommendations of this forum many times in order to keep useful Tips for solving my similar problem. I carefully checked M5SUM and I have also deployed different versions of FreePBX-Distro (32 bit) starting with the July version 3.211.63-10 without success.

I had similar problems with first time accessing GUI, then I have installed the last version available of FreePBX-Distro-4.211.64-5 but I’ve got again the APACHE2 Test page instead of the regular FreePBX web home_interface.

Therefore, I decided to try AsteriskNOW 3.0 and I’ve been successful !

Hopefully, FreePBX-Distro auto-installation scripts should be revised…

Warmest ciao !