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snomONE V5 install failure on CENTOS 6.4


Jim B
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I received the following error when attempting to install snomONE V5 for Centos 6.3 (x86-64)

 

--2012-11-03 10:23:29-- http://www.snomone.com/downloads/snomONE/centos64/pbxctrl-centos64-5.0.0.0

Resolving www.snomone.com... 46.252.197.164

Connecting to www.snomone.com|46.252.197.164|:80... connected.

HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 500 Internal Server Error

2012-11-03 10:23:29 ERROR 500: Internal Server Error.

 

mv: cannot stat `pbxctrl-centos64-5.0.0.0': No such file or directory

 

It would appear the module to be downloaded is pbxctrl-centos64-5.0.0 not pbxctrl-centos64-5.0.0.0 as listed in the script

 

 

Jim

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The ordering process for snomONE Free does NOT send an email a listed on the confirmation page. If you miss the activation code, go to the "Your Orders" to get the activation code.

 

Yea... You get an email if you order something that is not free... Anyway we also need to send a 2nd email (or 1st in the free case) with the cart in it.

 

Try ordering something that cost money! biggrin.gif

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I guess the question/issue about the installation script errors for CentOS got missed.... is there any response from SNOM about this?

 

That should be fixed and uploaded already. The version number was wrong (5.0.0.0 instead of 5.0.0) and if ntpd was not installed, it now fetches the right package (ntp).

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