[Freeswitch-users] questions about modules.conf
krice at freeswitch.org
Mon Feb 13 19:43:37 MSK 2012
Modules.conf is generated at bootstrap time from modules.conf.in
The modules that are endabled by default should build if you installed the
pre-reqs as defined on the wiki page you reference... Commented out modules
either require additional dependancies or are just not needed in the stock
You don't need to check out the freeswitch-sample-configs.git tree at all...
What you need is in the main freeswitch.git tree
On 2/13/12 10:35 AM, "Josh" <mojo1736 at privatedemail.net> wrote:
> According to the Installation/Build Guide
> (http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Installation_Guide), modules.conf gets
> generated during the execution of bootstrap.sh.
> Should I assume that the options specified in this file - both in terms
> of what modules are included as well as whether or not they are enabled
> - depends on my own configuration (the presence of required packages &
> libraries) as well as the presence of the source code/makefile for a
> particular module or is the content of this file "predefined" and filled
> in with a set of "standard" modules regardless of what bootstrap has
> found (I hope the answer is the former, but need to make absolutely sure)?
> Also, the same wiki page recommends that I also fetch
> freeswitch-contrib.git as well as freeswitch-sample-configs.git, but it
> is not clear to me whether I should dump the contents of these two
> projects within the main FS tree, where freeswitch.git was placed, or
> whether I should compile/build these separately - in a completely
> separate tree? Thanks!
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