can anyone tell me what does that 2.4.0+2.4.0 means in dahdi release
numbering ??? 2.4.0?????
A combination of dahdi-linux 2.4.0 and dahdi-tools 2.4.0.
I recommend you use the latest version of both (2.6.0).
thanks for reply , i want to know the 2.4.0 or 2.6.0 means what , how they
naming it , by the kernel version or its just a official release number of
An old post that describes the DAHDI versioning scheme:
There is NO relation to kernel or anything else. They change the version number whenever they feel like it. If you want the specific changes there is change log included in the source code.
in the documents its says about dahdi-linux + asterisk change, but there
is no explanation about it .If any know clearly about dahdi versioning then
please let us know .
Hi. Which document does it say that it’s dahdi-linux + asterisk?
As Patrick said (and you can see at http://www.asterisk.org/downloads ),
x.y.z+a.b.c is a tarball that contains version x.y.z of DAHDI-Linux, and
version a.b.c of DAHDI-Tools. It’s intended to be a convenience since on Linux
you will typically need both of these packages to operate.
DAHDI-Linux and DAHDI-Tools released as separate packages since it’s possible
for DAHDI-Tools to be used on other platforms such as FreeBSD.
The general scheme of the version numbers is normal semantic versioning first
described here: http://lists.digium.com/pipermail/asterisk-dev/2008-December/035673.html