Making and installing dahdi-complete package and also making asterisk version 10.9.0 works ok. But asterisk install fails caused by a dependency violation for the libspeex1 package. Asterisk seems to demand <= 1.1.4 of libspeex1, but Ubuntu 12.04 has version 1.2 installed (including a lot depencenies to banshee etc.).
[quote]Exact error is (translating from swedish to english): libspeex1 is in conflict with asterisk (<= 1:184.108.40.206~dfsg-1)
asterisk (version 10.9.0-1) will be installed.
dpkg: error while managing /usr/src/asterisk/asterisk-10.9.0/asterisk_10.9.0-1_i386.deb (–install):
package conflict - Asterisk will not be installed[/quote]
I’ve followed the guide on this page: linuxmoz.com/ubuntu-asterisk-10-install-guide/
…can also mention that I’m using checkinstall to implicitly create a debian install package upon install. Because this makes it easier to uninstall.
Is it possible to install it on ubuntu 12.04 LTS and in that case how to fix it?