No RTP engine was found. Do you have one loaded?

i do this:

then,

./configure make menuselect
i can see [*] in res_rtp_asterisk, depends on: uuid (E)
save & exit, amportal restart. But, when i call between 2 numbers,
i still get the errors like i posted above.

Help me!

[quote=“theanh3112”]i do this:

then,

./configure make menuselect
i can see [*] in res_rtp_asterisk, depends on: uuid (E)
save & exit, amportal restart. But, when i call between 2 numbers,
i still get the errors like i posted above.

Help me![/quote]

Dont forget

make make install after menuselect

[quote=“mdalius”][quote=“dbbrito”]ok in Centos 6.4 - uuid

thanks[/quote]
I have installed uuid, that was not enought so I’ve installed everything mode packages:

and it helped[/quote]
On CentOS/Redhat 6, you only need libuuid-devel.

[quote=“teck”][quote=“mdalius”][quote=“dbbrito”]ok in Centos 6.4 - uuid

thanks[/quote]
I have installed uuid, that was not enought so I’ve installed everything mode packages:

and it helped[/quote]
On CentOS/Redhat 6, you only need libuuid-devel.[/quote]

I can confirm this. On CentOS 6 and Asterisk v11.5+ you need to add libuuid-devel as a dependency in order for res_rtp_asterisk.so to compile.

:frowning: :frowning: :frowning:
I couldn’t install Asterisk 11.5 on Centos 6.4, i followed some articles about installing it. But i can’t do it. Do you have a guide exactly!? Send me a link. Thanks

[quote=“theanh3112”]:frowning: :frowning: :frowning:
I couldn’t install Asterisk 11.5 on Centos 6.4, i followed some articles about installing it. But i can’t do it. Do you have a guide exactly!? Send me a link. Thanks[/quote]

rpm.axivo.com/
All Asterisk packages are available into Redhat 6 “axivo” repo (only). The Cisco patched versions are available into “axivoplus” repo.

[quote=“pbrink231”]Hey solved my issue with this one

For 11.5 you need to (debian)
apt-get install uuid-dev
then run ./configure like normal from the beginning. make sure res_rtp_asterisk has an [*] next to it.

Thanks david, It was way down on the package list when i was searching for uuid.[/quote]

It works for me:
apt-get install uuid-dev
./configure
make
make install
service asterisk restart
Linux vrtasteriskhml 3.2.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.2.46-1 i686 GNU/Linux
Asterisk 11.5.1 built by root @ vrtasteriskhml on a i686 running Linux on 2013-09-19 17:00:01 UTC

And for Redhat based system you need to install:

yum install libuuid-devel

And the install Asterisk:

./configure
make
make install