Automatic startup of zaptel and wcte11xp


#1

Hi,

i installed asterisk on a mandrake box (

Each time i need asterisk to run i have to manually load the following:

[root@msi]# modprobe zaptel
[root@msi]# modprobe wcte11xp

After this, asterisk starts normally.

How can i automatically load these two modules, in order to have asterisk to start normally at boot time?

Thank you,

Budoka.


#2

[quote=“budoka”]Hi,

i installed asterisk on a mandrake box (

Each time i need asterisk to run i have to manually load the following:

[root@msi]# modprobe zaptel
[root@msi]# modprobe wcte11xp

After this, asterisk starts normally.

How can i automatically load these two modules, in order to have asterisk to start normally at boot time?

Thank you,

Budoka.[/quote]

This is Linux not Asterisk question. Anyway, if anybody knows the answer for Red Hat, i would presheate :smile:

Tomislav


#3

I found the solution.

I post it here to help similar cases.

There is the config file: modprobe.preload

I added the two modules in there and rebooted.

Budoka.


#4

I’m trying to achieve the same results… I installed KNOPPIX onto a hard drive which becomes Debian. Asterisk works very well on the hard drive except I need to modprobe zaptel and wcfxo everytime I reboot…

How can I set Debian to automatically do a modprobe for zaptel and wcfxo and start Asterisk…

–Tommy