Fusion PBX on Custom ARM Hardware

puneet936

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Hello,
I would like to install Fusion PBX on device with following resource...
• 1.5GHz ARM Quad-core processor, 1GB DDR RAM, 8GB EMMC Flas, 4 FXO, UC Linux OS.
so can some one help me how can i install fusionpbx on this device ? can you share link to download installation file.. ?

Thankx in Advance..
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DigitalDaz

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If you are 32 bit you can probably use the raspberry pi debs, if 64-bit you will need to do a source compile.You can just use the normal fusionpbx installer and deal with issues as they arise.
 

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Ah, I see some sort of custom OS so probably a source install whatever the arch.
 

zero48

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Hello, Any Luck with this ? I would like to install FusionPBX on a TVBOX QUAD CORE ARM 1GB ram 8GB ROM. I just have Debian running , I'm not interest in FXO fr the moment , which can be donde using FXO gateways . But would be nice to have at least 10 Extensions and 5 concurrent calls with 1GB Ram 8GB ROM 64bits Quad core . I'm waiting to do same on 2GB Ram 32ROM Any advise
 

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You will need to do a source installation, I have been unable to build 64-bit packages for some time now. Freeswitch now provide 32-bit packages for the Pi.
 

zero48

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Do you think 8GB would be enough for Fusion PBX ? I'm waiting 2 boxes , Both ARM 64bit (2gb/16gb) rather the one I have at the moment (which I ran Linaro desktop (modified version)

Thanks for your reply
 

zero48

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Hi
What TV boxes are you using by the way?
, They are RK3229 based TVbox like "MX9 5G " 64bits quad core 1GB ram 8 GB ROM ... at the moment I'm uding SD but I may use boot on EMMC , using it as simple desktop or small server applications ... One thing I like about these , it is that they are unbrickable... (unless you Messup with hardware) .

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I have used similar like the H96 Max Plus in the past but found them all to lock up after a while.

If I was you I would use Pi4s and stick them in a case like the Argon One M.2 case.

 
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zero48

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I have used similar like the H96 Max Plus in the past but found them all to lock up after a while.

If I was you I would use Pi4s and stick them in a case like the Argon One M.2 case.

thanks