Install Ubuntu 12.04 Server LTS 32 or 64-bit
Commercial modules and add-ons are not currently supported on the Ubuntu platform. Commercial Modules can be purchased in the FreePBX Distro Market Place and are only supported on the FreePBX Distro platform.
- Install Ubuntu 12.04 Server LTS 32 or 64-bit
- Initial System Setup
- Install Dependencies for Google Voice
- Install and Configure Asterisk
- Install and Configure FreePBX
- Start FreePBX
Initial System Setup
Configure your root password.
Switch to the Root User
Update Your System
Install Required Dependencies
You may receive a warning:
At this time it is safe to ignore that message
Install Dependencies for Google Voice
Install and Configure Asterisk
Download Asterisk source files.
Compile and install DAHDI.
Compile and install LIBPRI.
Compile and install Asterisk
Install and Configure FreePBX
Download and extract FreePBX.
Now create the Asterisk user and set ownership permissions.
A few small modifications to Apache.
Configure Asterisk database in MYSQL.
Set permissions on MYSQL database.
Restart Asterisk and install FreePBX.
** If “. /install_amp” fails to run correctly, in terminal type:
Finally, one last mod and start FreePBX.
After you enable and update the modules in FreePBX You might see the following error.
Symlink from modules failed
To correct this error do the following:
Delete the list of failed files
Then on the FreePBX webUI go to the ‘Module Admin’ and uninstall and reinstall the ‘Camp On’ module. This should resolve the Symlink issue.