How can I apply Thomson patch for call pickup ?

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  1. Antonix

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    Hi,

    I have installed elastix 1.5.2 and I have to apply the Thomson patch for asterick 1.4 for call pick up by BLF.

    In the instruction of thomson manual I have :

    1) Installing the patch:
    cd /usr/src/asterisk/channels ; move to the correct directory
    cp /pendrive/chan_sip.c . ; cp the file provided in the *.zip
    cd .. ; move to the correct directory
    make install ; compile Asterisk again


    but I'm unable to find the dir /usr/src/asterisk/channels.

    In the thomson zip file there are 2 files chan_sip(modif).c and chan_sip(orig).c , what file I have to use ?

    Sorry but I'm using elastix from few days.
     
  2. Antonix

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    Any suggestion ?
     
  3. dicko

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    You will need the asterisk source files from:

    http://repo.elastix.org/elastix/1.5/bas ... -1.src.rpm

    (or svn them from digium)

    you will need all the tools necessary to build asterisk.

    you will have to know how to apply the patch and rebuild/install asterisk

    You will have to know how to recover from what you did if it "hoses" the system. B)
     
  4. TAS

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    Hi dicko, is it ok if i download asterisk 1.6 source files, apply a patch, configure, make and install over an existing version of the elastix distro?
     
  5. dicko

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    I doubt it, that was over a year ago and for asterisk 1.4 something.

    If you want a tested version of Asterisk 1.6 in an Elastix environment, I suggest you wait for Elastix 2.0 final before you try and do as you say. If you go that route then

    . . .You will have to know how to recover from what you did if it "hoses" the system. . .

    still applies, but good-luck anyway.

    dicko
     

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