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Re: [Xen-users] Building asterisk@home domU manually?

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  • From: "David Muench" <davemuench@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 8 Apr 2006 10:24:44 -0400
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On 4/8/06, rabbtux rabbtux <rabbtux@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I recall reading somewhere under "cool Xen setups" that someone had a domU
> with the asterisk@home system.  They said they built the domU "manually".
> Anyone have any idea how you could take a bootable CD linux distro, and
> "manually make" a domU out of it???

I imagine you're talking about me. I actually don't run asterisk@home
any more, I switched over to a normal asterisk setup on Ubuntu in a
domU. But what I did was install CentOS (3 at the time, not sure what
asterisk@home uses now) with rpmstrap into a domU. Then I downloaded
the asterisk@home sources (the tar.gz instead of the ISO). There is a
install script that downloads and compiles the entire asterisk@home
system. I had to make some tweaks to get it to work (trial and error
mainly), but that's how I did it.


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