/etc/innit.d/asterisk start no such file or directory

hi i’ve installed make install, make samples, make config i’ve gone /etc/innit.d/asterisk start not such file or directory, i’ve then looked into my etc folde and i dont even have a innit.d folder i have an innit folder but not no asterisk inside…anyone know a fix?

The ‘make config’ command set it up to start upon reboot.
You can also start it with ‘sudo asterisk’
The binary is probably in /usr/sbin

Hi,

/etc/innit.d/asterisk = not equal /etc/init.d/asterisk

Regards,

try reinstall asterisk

Different versions of Linux (whatever flavor) use different methods to start services.

In chronological order:

  1. /etc/init.d/ start
  2. services start
  3. systemctl start

It’s up to you to identify:

  1. Which flavor (distro) and version of Linux are you using.
  2. Which method of ‘services startup’ does your Linux use.
  3. Which version of Asterisk are you using?