On 12 Sep 2008, at 09:46, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
>> I tried to run the command netstat -tap | grep LISTEN on the
>> asterix box.
>> The Centos 5.x system gave kernel panic. When I contacted the
>> vendor he said
>> the OS is modified and we should not be running commands like
>> netstat. This
>> is nonsense that I am hearing. However going ahead with the actual
>> issue, I
>> would like to hear if anyone else had a similar occurence.
>> Any chance you could tell us what brand/model the asterisk box is?
In order that we might avoid it like the plague?
Speaking of asterisk, I want to install asterisk as a home PBX and a
priority is a low power server. Apparently there is an asterisk
package available for the Buffalo Linkstation, and I happen to have
one of those, and it certainly fulfils the low power requirement. Have
any of you by any chance used that combination? Slim chance, I know,
but if I didn't ask . . .
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