Issues with upgrading to FreePBX 2.7 B1?

Discussion in 'General' started by RKM, Feb 7, 2010.

  1. RKM

    RKM

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    I notice that FreePBX released Beta1 of 2.7 last week.

    Is anyone aware of whether there would be issues in using this release under our Elastix install?

    I realize the inherent risks of using beta software, and the uncharted issues -- I'm just looking for specific feedback from anyone with experience (rather than the general warnings, which I certainly will weigh separately).

    TIA, -RKM
     
  2. lbaz

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    I installed elastix 1.6 on vmware and upgraded it to 2.7 and it worked fine. The only thing to know is if hylafax and avantfax will work with the changes in the new fax module in freepbx.

    --lbaz
     
  3. Patrick_elx

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    I've read that the custom context unsupported module is not working properly with 2.7.
     
  4. danardf

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    Hi Patrick.

    You really talk about Freepbx custom context module?
    If it's the case, iznogoud. :lol: (it's not good) :S

    Maybe to wait the time that he make an update. I hope. :dry:
     
  5. RKM

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    I've been running it since I originally posted, and everything is running great, including Hylafax.

    I have the custom contexts module installed and don't see any issues, but then again, I'm not actively using it.

    If there is something you'd like me to try, I can let you know?
     
  6. danardf

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    I do not know why this module has never been an official module, and the dev team never think to make their own custom context.

    Yet, these functions are very useful.

    Today, maybe we must pay a bounty, and tomorrow.
    Ok in the case of a commercial use, and yet ...

    What do you think about that?
     

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