Recompiling

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  1. BEYOND REALITY

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    Dears,

    I've installed Elastix 2.0.0 Release 55
    with the card Openvox A1200P

    but I have problem with the caller ID.
    Lisa Has responded to me with the following

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    1) You can try this patched wctdm.c, please download from
    http://www.openvox.cn/viewvc/dahdi/trun ... iew=markup
    Put it to /dahdi-xx/linux/drivers/dahdi/
    Then recompile dahdi.
    2) Patch asterisk, patch chan_dahdi.c following this link: https://issues.asterisk.org/view.php?id=16460
    Then recompile asterisk.
    3) Then run the commands one by one:
    sevice dahdi stop
    modprobe dahdi
    modprobe wctdm opermode=YOUR COUNTRY
    dahdi_cfg -vvvv
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    Please till me step by step how to do what she asked me exactly, because I am new with the linux and Elastix.


    Thanks
     
  2. BEYOND REALITY

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    Any help, please.
     
  3. ramoncio

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    Hi, and wellcome to the forum!

    You don't need to compile anything to use the A1200P in Elastix, the driver is already built in.
    So you don't need steps 1 and 2. Start with step 3.
     
  4. ramoncio

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    This is strange, AFAIK the A1200P doesn't use the wctdm driver, it uses the opvxa1200 module,at least in Elastix 1.6. I don't think this has changed in Elastix 2.

    So your command should be 'modprobe opvxa1200'
     
  5. BEYOND REALITY

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    Thanks.

    I really not sure about what is the problem, but I am unable to get the caller ID.
    and I got the posted solution from Lisa from openvox support team.
     
  6. ramoncio

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    It looks as if this is a new driver then...

    If this is a production server, I think it is better if you get someone to do this for you, and learn in the process, so you can do it next time. This is not an easy task, it requires some knowledge about linux, asterisk and dahdi.

    If you are not in a hurry, and you want to learn, go read some asterisk 1.6 + dahdi compiling and patching tutorials and ask Lisa, I'm sure she can be a little more specific if you ask her to.

    Good luck!
     

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