[op25-dev] Re: Full asterisk support?
kd8b at thebades.net
Wed Feb 27 13:23:26 UTC 2013
I started on a second computer last evening to try Centos/Allstar as a base.
I used the Acid disk. I was able to get a lot of the prerequisites
installed but a few are eluding me. I added the repoforge repository to my
machine which houses a bunch of the general linux program parts that are
needed. Most were able to be installed with yum.
I ran out of time so still have more to build. I am keeping notes on what
was in Acid and what I had to add
I am scraping build information from a
couple places. CentOS without a GUI does make it more difficult to build
some of this but in the long run will probably be a better more compact
I saw that ACID has a python 2.4 directory as you noted
I will be running
into the same issue I am sure. What the answer is I found notes about making
a symbolic link to point the machine path to the correct python directory (
kind of an alias thing) so it can find the correct version. The notes were
relative to python 3. Something relative to newer builds on Arch Linux which
is a bleeding edge version of RHEL of which CentOS is a clone.
I do agree that the build docs need some updating and more
concise details if versions are an issue.. I see they are circa 2009-2010
ish so makes for some stumbling along the way.
From: op25-dev at yahoogroups.com [mailto:op25-dev at yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 7:20 AM
To: op25-dev at yahoogroups.com
Subject: [op25-dev] Re: Full asterisk support?
I started with ACID, figuring it has to work there, so...
If we want this to work with the most popular Allstar distro, someone has to
get it built on there and then publish how. While not quite a novice, I am
not experienced enough to get it working. I also find that people that write
instructions for building things on linux tend to assume their audience
already knows how to build it!
--- In op25-dev at yahoogroups.com <mailto:op25-dev%40yahoogroups.com> , "Doug
> I too was building or more specifically started over on rebuilding on
> 10.04 LTS. My build went successfully but not sure about how I can build
> Allstar Into that J I figured I wanted to try to get SOME documented
> to build then figure out how to get it working in the environment I want (
> which would be over a ACID build also ) .
> I was able to get GNU Radio to compile with no major errors ( read as
> program stops J ) , to get op25 svn imported, the three op25 modules to
> compile and install I *THINK* without major errors. Tonight I will go
> through the build logs and see if I missed anything important. I had
> regarding port audio missing on my Debian build but they did not go bang
> Ububtu 10.04 LTS.
> I am not trying to steal your thread here, just comparing results along
and maybe sharing stumbles
> Did you start with an Acid build??? I am thinking in the *production*
> edition I will need to do that
> I have no confidence it all built correctly yet but the installs at least
> From: op25-dev at yahoogroups.com <mailto:op25-dev%40yahoogroups.com>
[mailto:op25-dev at yahoogroups.com <mailto:op25-dev%40yahoogroups.com> ] On
> Of n4dav
> Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2013 7:24 AM
> To: op25-dev at yahoogroups.com <mailto:op25-dev%40yahoogroups.com>
> Subject: [op25-dev] Re: Full asterisk support?
> Actually I had RTFM but there's so much there I forgot about that page.
> I put a lot of time into this yesterday, trying to build all the parts.
> using CentOS as that is what the ACID distro is built on for Allstar, and
> works well. But trying to get this stuff built is a major exercise in
> frustration. Every package I tried to build was missing some other
> dependency, which was missing some other dependency, it was a chain of
> missing things. I never got anything built. One make complained about
> not being at least 2.5, (I had 2.4), so I installed 2.6, verified it with
> python-V, and still couldn't run the make file. It still thought I had
> and I have no idea how to fix that. I'll probably go back to it after I
> my fist out of the wall but so far it has not been fun.
> --- In op25-dev at yahoogroups.com <mailto:op25-dev%40yahoogroups.com> ,
> > >Â What method do you use to measure the correct deviation of the C4FM
> > hmm - apols if I've guessed wrong, but sounds like you haven't yet RTFM
> based both on this question and the questions about the repeater.
> > Have a look atÂ
> > http://op25.osmocom.org/wiki/wiki/HardwarePage
> > http://op25.osmocom.org/wiki/wiki/RepeaterPage
> > http://op25.osmocom.org/wiki/wiki/SignalScopePage
> > - in particular the Hardware page has a method for setting the deviation
> or you could spend $ on a store-bought FMD meter : )
> > 73 de KA1RBI
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