GOOD NEWS New Incredible PBX for RasPi3

wardmundy

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The 2017 Groundhog's Day Edition of Incredible PBX for RasPi3 is now available on SourceForge (GV OAuth2 only).

Just follow along in the old Nerd Vittles tutorial until the new one is released next week.

Comments/suggestions welcomed!


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SOLVED - its an interrupted download.

Query I'm getting different md5 and sha1 checksums as below on the zip file. from sourceforge page
SHA1:d083f05603e4ddf65ac5aab1778cfe8d104087cf
MD5:1eed1162d3b9bd668673bac38bad47fe
Total Downloads:228 216 Weeky downloads
incrediblepbx13-raspbian8-gvsip.zip 2018-07-21 1.4 GB

Code:
[email protected]:~# ls -al ./incrediblepbx13-raspbian8-gvsip.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2096469 Jul 29 16:55 ./incrediblepbx13-raspbian8-gvsip.zip
[email protected]:~# md5sum ./incrediblepbx13-raspbian8-gvsip.zip
13203f3f5191ec3a399d43360b28b013  ./incrediblepbx13-raspbian8-gvsip.zip
[email protected]:~# sha1sum ./incrediblepbx13-raspbian8-gvsip.zip
7629c1c6b7a4ae9d80ac30a5a88740b6550ec534  ./incrediblepbx13-raspbian8-gvsip.zip
[email protected]:~#
 
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MD5 on my original matches what's shown at SourceForge: 1eed1162d3b9bd668673bac38bad47fe

Maybe a bad mirror site, perhaps?? Will it load?

The one that really matters after unzip is the image file: incrediblepbx13-raspbian8-gvsip.img (MD5: e17c3a270890c1184afdf7a8799a2310)
 

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MD5 on my original matches what's shown at SourceForge: 1eed1162d3b9bd668673bac38bad47fe

Maybe a bad mirror site, perhaps?? Will it load?

The one that really matters after unzip is the image file: incrediblepbx13-raspbian8-gvsip.img (MD5: e17c3a270890c1184afdf7a8799a2310)
Trying again Thanks especially for the
Code:
md5sum incrediblepbx13-raspbian8-gvsip.img
 
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Thanks for the updated build. I have a couple of questions...
1) pbxstatus shows webmin UP even though it's not installed with the package downloaded from sourceforge.
2) I may have asked something similar to this in the past, my apologies if I have... how can I take a complete image of the system for backup? I have everything ready for me to add GVSIP trunks, but I want an easy restore image backup in case I need to go back. I'll also want to take one once Asterisk is fully setup with all my trunks, etc, in case something happens. RASPBX has a backup script, but I'm not entire sure how to adapt it to IncrediblePBX or even if it's ok with the author to do so.

Thanks for your help.
 

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how can I take a complete image of the system for backup?
As this thread is 'Incredible' i'm assuming its ipbx image you are using.
The way to make an image is or was described in the Raspberrypi.org tutorial about Installing OS images

You can use
Code:
halt
to shutdown and remove the SD card (or USB HDD if you went that route).
Then on annother computer of whatever type you can follow the methods detailed for Windowz; Mac OS; or Linux.

For example the Linux tutorial explains about a procedure for
Checking whether the image was correctly written to the SD card
That pretty much tells you how Using dd you can copy your SD card to an rpi-backup.img file using
Code:
cd #[path to directory where you want to save the image file]
dd bs=4M if=/dev/sdX of=from-sd-card.img
Where sdX is the name of your SD card; but you must follow all precautions and ensure you know which is the correct drive or you could delete your SD card.

Obviously its simpler to do an incrediblebackup from the Pi commandline which makes a zipped archive in /backup However the image method is quicker to get your system back up after a disaster.
Code:
/root/incrediblebackup
and to restore
Code:
/root/incrediblerestore
As an afterthought I wonder if @wardmundy might have a script for this?
 
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Be aware that dd reads the complete card you are backing up to a file and when restoring writes that complete file to the target card. Fine if restoring to the actual same card. However if you restore to another card which is smaller, even by 1 byte, it will fail. The size is the actual available number of bytes on the card, not the nominal size stated on the packaging or card label. Cards of the same nominal size rarely have exactly the same available capacity, even ones from the same manufacturer's batch. Almost all cards have faulty locations and these are mapped out during testing. Different numbers of faulty locations means that even when the physical layout of the silicon is identical, cards can have slightly different actual capacities.
 
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New Incredible PBX 13-13.7 image with GVSIP is now available on SourceForge. All known bugs have been addressed.
 
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I didn't see an easy way to register a remote extension to the RASPI located in the LAN behind a router. After adding an entry in the "iptables" manually, the remote extension gets registered, but no audio when calling another local extension. Is there a build-in tool to add a remote extension with a static ip? BTW, GV truck works great!

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Lots of tutorials on NAT issues which are causing the audio issues.
 

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Can you tell me how to manage the IPtables in this Incredible PBX for RasPi3 build?

Thx
 

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