GOOD NEWS Incredible Ubuntu 18.04

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  1. wardmundy

    wardmundy Nerd Uno

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    It's been a very long time but...

    We're getting close with Incredible PBX 13-13 running on the Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic platform...

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    Slightly off topic, and not meant to be negative - I probably missed a post somewhere. Is there a reason you are sticking with FreePBX 13 vs 14?

    Is 14 even worse with regard to license / update issues, or is it just a one step at a time thing?
     
  3. kyle95wm

    kyle95wm Phone Genius Owner

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    @jerrm There was a post a while back that talked about support for FreePBX 13 at the time. Ward goes into detail as to why we initially weren't going to get it. I can't seem to find the post in question. @wardmundy would you be able to help out here?
     
  4. jerrm

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    @wardmundy got comfortable enough with FreePBX13 to hold his nose and give us IPBX 13-13, but FreePBX 14 is current now with 15 in the wings.

    Again - NOT complaining, just curious.
     
  5. dicko

    dicko Still learning but earning

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    FreePBX,swings both ways, for debian stretch I use asterk-13-latest or asterisk-15-latest, 13 and 16 are designsted LTS , 14 is EOL in september.
     
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    Understand the Asterisk release cycle. The question was about FreePBX versions used in Incredible.
     
  7. wardmundy

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    What we've concluded from a resources standpoint is that it made more sense to stick with the FreePBX 13 GPL modules for the time being. Once Asterisk 18 LTS is released, we'll decide how to proceed with all of the various Incredible PBX releases moving forward.
     
  8. Jay Deal

    Jay Deal Phhhhhhhhttttttt :)

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    Is this 64 bit only? I have a 32 bit Atom box (freshly aquired) I would like to try this on when the build script is available.
     
  9. wardmundy

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    To be honest, 32-bit doesn't make much sense given the direction in which Ubuntu is headed with the 18.04 LTS release.
     
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    Day 3: Making good progress...

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    Any news on the AWOL CDR table/reports?
     
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    Trying to install this at vmware. amportal restart show me that I do not install freepbx.
    I get this error msg too-
    0. include_once /var/www/html/admin/config.php :100
    1. require_once /etc/freepbx.conf : 9
    2. FreePBX\Freepbx_conf parse_amportal_conf /var/www/html/admin/bootstrap.php179
    3. file /var/www/html/admin/libraries/BMO/Freepbx_conf.class.php 321
    4. Whoops\Run handleError <#unknown>0
    5. Whoops\Exception\ErrorException /var/www/html/admin/libraries/BMO/Freepbx_conf.class.php 321

    /var/www/html/admin/libraries/BMO/Freepbx_conf.class.php
    1. * components don't have to keep being 'gun shy' about these variables.
    2. *
    3. * we will read these settings out of the db, but only when $filename is writeable
    4. * otherwise, we read the $filename
    5. */
    6. // If conf file is not writable, then we use it as the master so parse it.
    7. if (!is_writable($filename) || $file_is_authority) {
    8. $file = file($filename);
    9. if (is_array($file)) {
    10. $write_back = false;
     
  16. MUTLU BATTAL

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    I have installed IncrediblePBX on Ubuntu 18.04 32bit according to your directions.
    there is no user named "root" in Ubuntu. (for root privileges we use sudo command). I use my user name to setup the Ubuntu server.
    I made admin password with sudo /root/admin-pw-change.
    when I get to GUI page my admin password does not work.
    When I try fwconsole unlock (php adress), I get
    [Whoops\Exception\ErrorException]
    session_start(): Session data file is not created by your uid.
    unlock [args1] ... [argsN]
    Whooops\Exception\ErrorException: Unknown: Session data file is not created by your uid in file Unknown on line 0
    Stack trace:0
    1. () Unknown0
     
  17. kyle95wm

    kyle95wm Phone Genius Owner

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    All Ubuntu servers come with a root user. Depending on how you're running it, cloud servers have this root account as the "default." If you have it running on a dedicated piece of hardware or a virtual machine (manual installation) you'll need to set the root password by running "sudo passwd root."

    From here, you would edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config and set PermitRootLogin to yes then restart your server. You will then be able to SSH in as root and continue with the tutorial.
     
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