Missing tftp capability Elastix 1.1-6

Discussion in 'General' started by laserted, Jul 18, 2008.

  1. laserted

    Jul 17, 2008
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    Greets -

    I recently cold-installed Elastix 1.1-6 from iso; install okay, started setting up Asterisk routes etc, no problem.

    Went to load up my Aastra phone config files, and I don't have a /tftpboot folder.

    In fact, I can't even run chkconfig (not found) to see if xinetd and tftp-server are really running. They are installed and updated per the webgui "packages" list (version 0.49 for tftp-server)

    Oddly enough, yum and rpm are also missing.

    I'm running my console session via PUtty

    Any thoughts? There seems to be a lot of "missing" utilities that I'm used to seeing, but not finding....feeling rather newbish at the moment...


  2. Bob


    Nov 4, 2007
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    Looks like something has gone Bang!!

    First of all, there is no actual iso image for 1.1-6, only 1.1-2 (unless I am missing something).

    Best way to make sure that you are up-to-date after an ISO release is to do a yum -y update from the command line to bring all your files upto date, including the Elastix core. If you did this, you would now see that it is upto Elastix 1.1-7.

    You could give this a try, but I have a suspicion that your installation has failed in some way (e.g. faulty ISO image or faulty media).

    Last night I installed the 1.1-2 ISO image, and then updated woth yum -y update and have a stable 1.1-7 machine beside me. I have checked that the TFTPBoot directory exists, and also run the chkconfig command showing the TFTP service running.

    Only part I can recommend to you is to checksum your ISO file that you downloaded, and reburn onto new media (possibly at a slower speed).



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