#asterisk - Thu 12 Apr 2007 between 00:35 and 01:10

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bsd_techits was permissions on the log dir
now its not starting
at all
grrr
C6Vette1when you do asterisk -vvvvvvvvvc what does it say?
bsd_techits running but cannot connect as root
also in the gui how do you access the cli
ezwaythere is anyway to transfert a call manually ? example on CLI ???
danpany consultants interested in helping me figure this talkswitch intercom/paging stuff out? i assume it's going to require some source modification...if it's possible
bsd_techwhat intercom is easy
and pagiing is easy its in asterisk
danpheh
bsd_techits not starting asterisk in the right place in /var/run
crap
it should be in /var/run/asterisk
its the startup script
ok I get the cli on f9
thats fine
docelmooi!
russellbBSD_Tech: do you talk out loud to yourself in person, too? :-p
blitzragenight all!
bsd_techno just trying to figure out why asterisk is not starting in the right pid place
russellbi really don't think that where it starts makes a difference.
i'm pretty much positive that it doesn't :)
bsd_techit does if you asterisk.conf tells it one place and the safe_asteisk starts it somewhere else you then cant connect to the cli
russellbdo what?
where are those stupid init scripts in the tree ...
Qwellcontrib?
bsd_technot sure
brb fone
russellbQwell: d'oh
Asterisk writes out its own PID file. I'm not sure what the init script has to do with that.
and it writes it to an absolute path ... not the current working directory or something silly
bsd_techin /etc/asterisk/asterisk.conf I have the rundir=/var/run/asterisk
but its not starting it there
its only running it in /var/run
danpoy
bsd_techbut I can get to the cli on f9
russellbthe astrundir only affects where it dumps the PID file, not what asterisk uses as its current working directory
"rundir" is not a valid option :)

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