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debian install possible, but raspbx?? any freepbx?

fullspam

New Around Here
Hi all,

I friend of me has update his network, so I have a "new" ac56u.
I have installed merlin and follow this guide (https://hqt.ro/how-to-install-debian-jessie-arm/) I have "installed" jessi and tried asterix (no luck with change a way to access to old-school asterisk GUI).
The issue is 2.6 kernell is a little bite out of date for some packages (e.g mariadb) so I have move to openwrt with kernel 4.
Then I have installed strech (no entware, I fond another guide to do in openwrt) but I'm not able to install freepbx.

My questions are: seeing that those "instalations" are like a full copy of the path,
a) is it possible to do with a ubuntu arm release? (http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-base/releases/18.04/release/
2) sharing arm7, can I do a full copy of my raspbx sd structure instead of those debian installations? how?

Thanks
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
What firmware did you install specifically? There are many available for that model. :)

The latest john9527's RMerlin fork updated to current standards (with support for amtm and scripts) is available on the developer drive in the link below.

https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=!AKXdaMzjqVKbGsc&id=9332FC159A7E129!1117&cid=09332FC159A7E129


I don't know if any of that is applicable to what your needs are, but I feel that it would be the best base to begin your journey from, today. :)
 

fullspam

New Around Here
What firmware did you install specifically? There are many available for that model. :)
my main target is install a working release of freepbx, and it seems not possible via optware, only inside debian
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
Don't ignore that link I provided to the actual latest RMerlin based fork for your model.

You may find it has options to get you to the same place but using a different 'road'. :)
 

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