ATrpms

ATrpms is a 3rd party software repository for Fedora Core, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and Red Hat Linux (RHL).
It currently supports Fedora Core 1-5, RHEL 3 and 4 and RHL 7.3-9. RHEL clones like CentOS, Whitebox, Scientific Linux etc. can simply use the RHEL packages.

Packages (rpms)

You can find packages at
Note that for zaptel you will need both a kernel-independent package (simply called zaptel) and a kernel specific package (kmdl) matching you kernel.

smart/yum/apt config

It is recommended to use smart/yum/apt to install the packages. Follow the installation instructions to setup your depsolver to access ATrpms. For reference here is the config for yum on FC5/i386:
[atrpms]
name=Fedora Core 5 - i386 - ATrpms
baseurl=http://dl.atrpms.net/fc5-i386/atrpms/stable

Then use
yum install asterisk asterisk-sounds ...

to get the packages. Note that zaptel needs a kernel specific package (kmdl) as explained above, so use
yum install zaptel zaptel-kmdl-`uname -r`

to get the matching packages for your running kernel.

ATrpms is a 3rd party software repository for Fedora Core, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and Red Hat Linux (RHL).
It currently supports Fedora Core 1-5, RHEL 3 and 4 and RHL 7.3-9. RHEL clones like CentOS, Whitebox, Scientific Linux etc. can simply use the RHEL packages.

Packages (rpms)

You can find packages at
Note that for zaptel you will need both a kernel-independent package (simply called zaptel) and a kernel specific package (kmdl) matching you kernel.

smart/yum/apt config

It is recommended to use smart/yum/apt to install the packages. Follow the installation instructions to setup your depsolver to access ATrpms. For reference here is the config for yum on FC5/i386:
[atrpms]
name=Fedora Core 5 - i386 - ATrpms
baseurl=http://dl.atrpms.net/fc5-i386/atrpms/stable

Then use
yum install asterisk asterisk-sounds ...

to get the packages. Note that zaptel needs a kernel specific package (kmdl) as explained above, so use
yum install zaptel zaptel-kmdl-`uname -r`

to get the matching packages for your running kernel.

Created by: thimm, Last modification: Sat 15 of Apr, 2006 (11:07 UTC)
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