Inside the Asterisk

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CentOS 8: Installing Asterisk Dependencies

We’ve had a few questions about whether or not Asterisk could easily install on CentOS 8. A few months ago the answer to that question was no. However, given some time, a few added packages later, and a custom open source repository contribution we now believe that answer has changed. In this post I’ll explain

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Improving Core Dump Analysis

Within the Asterisk project we are constantly trying to improve our processes and data collection when a problem is encountered to reduce the back and forth for getting information. This initially started with the ast_coredumper script that is now the recommended way to collect information from a running Asterisk process or from a core dump

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AstriDevCon 2018 – A Recap

Hey Everybody, It’s about a month out from AstriDevCon 2018 and I wanted to write a little bit to summarize what we discussed this year. For those who are not familiar with AstriDevCon, it is an opportunity for Asterisk C-level developers, Asterisk ARI/AMI/AGI developers, and Asterisk integrators to get together to learn about what has

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Asterisk-16.0.0-rc1 Released!

Hello Everybody! Can you believe how quickly a year has passed? Time is drawing near to many exciting things – Astricon in October and with that, preparations for the first release of Asterisk 16. The first step in creating a 16.0.0 release of Asterisk is the cutting of the first pre-release version, Asterisk-16.0.0-rc1, from the

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A Call to Action!

Hey Everybody! For those of you that don’t know me, my name is Matthew Fredrickson and I’m the Asterisk Open Source Project Lead. Does that mean I’m the best software developer or most prolific committer to the project? No. Does it mean I can answer every single question about using Asterisk? Not necessarily. Oftentimes it

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