Yay!!! Great news.You just got to love IncrediblePBX. The ability to compile asterisk from source can't be underestimated.
I've modified the the upgrade script (upgrade-asterisk13-to-current-ubuntu) and now have Asterisk 13.18.0-rc1 running on Raspberry Pi3.
I just followed the notes from this thread https://pbxinaflash.com/community/threads/newer-asterisk-13-upgrade-scripts.19247/page-3 and 30 minutes later it's running.
I haven't done a lot of testing but I have triggered a number of reloads from the Incredible GUI without asterisk crashing.
Yep. Asterisk 13.16, 13.17.1, and 13.17.2 broke FreePBX 12. See @dallas post above for the interim fix, or reinstall 13.15.1. Once 13.18 is out the door, we'll release a new image.I recently reinstalled on my RasPi due to NAT issues with my cloud server, and Asterisk kept crashing. I had to use an older image which has 13.12.2 I think. Are there any new things in the latest September image I should know about?