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*SOLVED* Make Kernel Module ztdummy available in VE [message #16155] Fri, 24 August 2007 12:55 Go to previous message
schogge is currently offline  schogge
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Registered: July 2007
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Hi,

I have installed and loaded the kernel module ztdummy (include in zaptel) on HN and want to give VE access to it.

My system:
Host: CentOS 5
Kernel: 2.6.18-8.1.4.el5.028stab035.1
Guest: CentOS 4
zaptel: zaptel-1.2.20.1

The test utility zttest shows this on HN:

# zttest 
Opened pseudo zap interface, measuring accuracy...
99.975586% 99.926758% 99.975586% 99.975586% 99.926758%


I also gave VE access to /dev/zap by running

for x in `ls /dev/zap`; do /usr/sbin/vzctl set 200 --devnodes zap/${x}:rw --save; done


ls /dev/zap inside VE shows

ls /dev/zap/
channel  ctl  pseudo  timer  transcode


However asterisk is compiling without its conferencing tool MeetMe, which means ztdummy is missing on the system.

Is their a way to check if ztdummy works correctly in VE?

Any idea to get it running?

Thanks,
schogge

[Updated on: Fri, 21 December 2007 07:25] by Moderator

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