Instalação Ubuntu 18.04

Preciso de um auxílio quem tem o asterisk instalado no Ubuntu poderia me encaminhar o passo a passo?

On Sunday 12 May 2024 at 13:41:27, PriscilaCampelo via Asterisk Community
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Preciso de um auxílio quem tem o asterisk instalado no Ubuntu poderia me
encaminhar o passo a passo?

  1. What goes wrong with “apt-get install asterisk”?

  2. Why are you using Ubuntu 18.04 in 2024? Standard support expired a year
    ago.

Antony.


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Poderia me indicar um Ubuntu para que possa instalar?
E o passo a passo de como rodar o asterisk?

On Sunday 12 May 2024 at 14:30:16, PriscilaCampelo via Asterisk Community
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Poderia me indicar um Ubuntu para que possa instalar?

If you want to use Ubuntu, I recommend using 24.04, which is supported until
May 2029.

E o passo a passo de como rodar o asterisk?

If I have undertood that question correctly “a step-by-step guide on how to
run Asterisk”, such a thing does not exist. Asterisk is a toolkit for
building telephony systems. What you build and how you build it is up to you
and your requirements.

A common and pretty accurate analogy is that Asterisk is like a collection of
Lego bricks. How you put them together and what they end up doing is up to
you. If you start with a 2kg pile of Lego, there is no “right way” of putting
all the pieces together.

Most of the documentation for Asterisk is in English, and there are guides on
how to write dialplans, but there is no manual for “how to run Asterisk”
because there is no single use for it; it can do too many things.

If you find Asterisk too confusing, then depending on what you want to achieve
with it, you might find https://www.freepbx.org a better starting point for a
telephony system (based on Asterisk, but with a lot of the hard work of
creating dialplans and providing a web interface for managing it already done
for you). It is also Open Source (free of charge, and easily customisable).

Antony.


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