DAHDi installation problem

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Hello List,

What version of DAHDi should be installed for CentOS Kernel version 2.16.18-194.el5.
We do not have access to yum in our network, so we need to install a specific version with respect to kernel version.

Or, what update to be downloaded and applied to CentOS kernel to install a specific version of DAHDi.

Regards,
Rajib

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3 thoughts on - DAHDi installation problem

  • Hi Rajib,

    Comments inline.

    I would use the latest DAHDI version which is currently:

    DAHDI tools: 2.4.1
    DAHDI linux: 2.4.1.2

    You can find them at http://www.asterisk.org/downloads

    Not being able to use yum does make things a bit challenging.

    DAHDI should work fine with your current kernel and it should work fine
    with the latest kernel.

    The kernel version you mentioned suggests that you are using CentOS 5.5
    or RHEL 5.5. I would get the 5.6 DVD iso and upgrade the box to 5.6 and
    then download (to a USB stick) and install (from the USB stick) all the
    updates that are available since the release of 5.6.

    Regards,
    Patrick

  • Hi Rajib. In addition to what Patrick wrote I would ask that you write
    what the error messages that you’re seeing when you try to install. It
    could be something as basic as you don’t have the correct kernel headers
    installed.

  • Thank you very much Ruffell and Patrick.
    The problem was basic. The OS was missing with correct kernel headers.
    We installed correct kernel headers and its working fine now.

    Regards,
    Rajib

    Hi Rajib. In addition to what Patrick wrote I would ask that you write
    what the error messages that you’re seeing when you try to install. It
    could be something as basic as you don’t have the correct kernel headers
    installed.