Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: April 01 2007,12:44
|Quote (timolthy @ Mar. 31 2007,22:41)|
|I am wondering which way is simplest to upgrade kernel to latest 2.6.x then install the asterisk.|
By installing DSL-N, etc. Did you read the Asterisk documentation?
|Asterisk is designed to work on Linux kernel version 2.4, however there is some support for kernel 2.6. If you are trying to build a stable system, it is recommended that you use kernel version 2.4. The following sections will assume you are running on a 2.4 kernel based system.|
I also checked in MyDSL and I didn't see Bison, which is their compiler of choice. I didn't bother looking for information for the newer GUI version. You can compare for yourself what you'll need for any application by comparing requirements and dependencies against what's in DSL.
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