[size=75] [quote=“global_dev”][quote=“Dimitripietro”]The problem is coming from the way you start Asterisk. If you are not using a script, try “asterisk &”. I just tried and it work very well. Then, to log in the CLI, use asterisk -r.
If you want to had verbose in the CLI : set verbose 3
Try this you could also look in the wiki for a startup script
You should delete all the modules before to update Asterisk.
I had not seen this info before. i guess that is a difference in compiling vs a pre-compiled asterisk. thanks, i’ll give it ago later o today."[/quote] [/size]
i don’t see anything in the wiki for “asterisk &” or startup script other than safe asterisk and screen. I do see it the TFOT book. i didn’t
and i wonder if it wouldn’t be easier to recompile everything clean to make sure nothing else is not “right”.