Description of problem:
After yum install a get the package
inmediatle after I start service with
service start asterisk
in /var/log/asterisk I cant find any errors
but sip channel is not loaded.
/etc/sysconfig/asterisk shows asterisk as the user
asterisk should run as.
If I change to root (may be insecure option)
and change owner to root /var/log/asterisk and
and restart asterisk sip channel is loaded.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fresh install fedora 11 and then
install asterisk with fedora and updates repos configured.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install fedora 11 and yum -y update
2.yum install asterisk
3.service asterisk start
4.asterisk -r (connects to asterisk)
5.sip show peers
(shows error, sip, no valid command)
sip channel is not loaded
sip channel is loaded
Please update to the latest Asterisk that is in updates-testing:
Hi Jeffery, I've installed the updates you pointed but the problem persists.
There's another update coming, please try it out:
Asterisk 220.127.116.11 should be available now, also try changing the "messages" line in logger.conf to:
messages => notice,warning,error,debug,verbose
and see if any error messages show up.
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