[Freeswitch-users] OpenR2/ftmod_r2 Installation on Sangoma/Digium
nandy1925 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 17 06:08:26 MSD 2016
Thanks for the info. I'm able to git the master of openr2 and installed it
via cmake. There's one step I made after ldconfig ...
"ldconfig -p | grep openr2" to check if the library is added. It didn't.
so I make an additional step
"ldconfig /usr/lib64/" .
I'll added this in the docs. I'm glad to contribute the task to transfer
the docs to confluence.
Back to my installation, I encountered this error when I "make" FS:
src/ftmod/ftmod_r2/ftmod_r2.c: In function 'ftdm_r2_on_dnis_digit_received':
src/ftmod/ftmod_r2/ftmod_r2.c:1024:18: error: variable 'r2data' set but not
I did "boostrap.sh" and "./configure --enable-core-odbc-support
--enable-core-pgsql-support". I also tried adding this configure flag
"--enable-64". Whats wrong?
By the way, I'm on FS branch 1.6 and Debian Jessie.
On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 6:31 AM, Moises Silva <moises.silva at gmail.com>
> On Mon, Aug 15, 2016 at 11:04 PM, Nandy Dagondon <nandy1925 at gmail.com>
>> Hi folks,
>> I'm installing OpenR2/FreeTDM on Sangoma A102. It compiled/installed
>> successfully using Wanpipe drivers. However, I'm expecting ftmod_r2 module
>> to be installed. But, there's none. Is this okay? Meaning the R2
>> signalling is included in the ftmod_wanpipe module?
> No, it's a separate module. See here: https://wiki.freeswitch.org/
> When compiling FreeTDM, if the openr2 library is detected, it will compile
> Note you need openr2 from master. If you installed openr2 from a standard
> release it won't work. You need to compile openr2 from sources using CMake
> as per the link above. Note the link above has an outdated url (and I could
> not remember my wiki credentials to update it). The correct source
> repository is: https://github.com/moises-silva/openr2
> It'd be appreciated if you can contribute updating the documentation by
> moving that page to https://freeswitch.org/confluence/display/FREESWITCH/
>> I'm also installing OpenR2 for a Digium card. I encounter FS "make"
>> errors. The card is not yet installed. Does the card need to be installed
>> to make/install FS modules? Do I need to uninstall the Wanpipe drivers to
>> avoid conflict with the DAHDI drivers?
> No, that should not be a problem. The module should compile just fine
> without cards (even without DAHDI headers installed because we use our own
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