I’ve Debian sarge as server and I always try to take Debians original packages as much as possible because of simpler updates, security.
For that reason, I’ve also taken Debian sarge’s Asterisk package which is Asterisk 1.0.7-BRIstuffed-0.2.0-RC7k.
I also have the 2.4 kernel.
I used to have an AVM Fritz! card and I compiled myself chan_capi-cm. That was not the problem because it’s one single file and I do not loose the overview of my system
But now I bought an HFC-S card because I want to have internal S0 Bus. This card requires Asterisk to be patched with BRIstuff.
Debian sarge is already patched with BRIstuff BUT: I don’t already have the zaphfc driver.
I would like to build it on my own from BRIstuff.
But bristuff’s install script tries to build and patch a complete asterisk system.
Does the BRI-patched asterisk version-depend on the zaphfc?
Can I use my BRIstuffed sarge Asterisk without any problems with a self compiled zaphfc, even from another BRIstuff version?
Or do I need to have zaphfc and patched-asterisk in the same version? In this case I would have to compile the whole asterisk tree on my own which I don’t.
Thank you a lot!