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#
# Makefile for DAHDI tools
#
# Copyright (C) 2001-2010 Digium, Inc.
#
#
# If the file .dahdi.makeopts is present in your home directory, you can
# include all of your favorite menuselect options so that every time you download
# a new version of Asterisk, you don't have to run menuselect to set them.
# The file /etc/dahdi.makeopts will also be included but can be overridden
# by the file in your home directory.
GLOBAL_MAKEOPTS=$(wildcard /etc/dahdi.makeopts)
USER_MAKEOPTS=$(wildcard ~/.dahdi.makeopts)
ifeq ($(strip $(foreach var,clean distclean dist-clean update,$(findstring $(var),$(MAKECMDGOALS)))),)
ifneq ($(wildcard menuselect.makeopts),)
include menuselect.makeopts
endif
endif
ifeq ($(strip $(foreach var,clean distclean dist-clean update,$(findstring $(var),$(MAKECMDGOALS)))),)
ifneq ($(wildcard makeopts),)
include makeopts
endif
endif
SUBDIRS_UTILS_ALL:= ppp
SUBDIRS_UTILS := xpp
OPTFLAGS=-O2
CFLAGS+=-I. $(OPTFLAGS) -g -fPIC -Wall -DBUILDING_TONEZONE #-DTONEZONE_DRIVER
ifneq (,$(findstring ppc,$(UNAME_M)))
CFLAGS+=-fsigned-char
endif
ifneq (,$(findstring x86_64,$(UNAME_M)))
CFLAGS+=-m64
endif
ifeq ($(DAHDI_DEVMODE),yes)
CFLAGS+=-Werror -Wunused -Wundef $(DAHDI_DECLARATION_AFTER_STATEMENT) -Wmissing-format-attribute -Wformat-security #-Wformat=2
endif
ROOT_PREFIX=
# extra cflags to build dependencies. Recursively expanded.
MAKE_DEPS= -MD -MT $@ -MF .$(subst /,_,$@).d -MP
CFLAGS+=$(DAHDI_INCLUDE)
CHKCONFIG := $(wildcard /sbin/chkconfig)
UPDATE_RCD := $(wildcard /usr/sbin/update-rc.d)
ifeq (,$(DESTDIR))
ifneq (,$(CHKCONFIG))
ADD_INITD := $(CHKCONFIG) --add dahdi
else
ifneq (,$(UPDATE_RCD))
ADD_INITD := $(UPDATE_RCD) dahdi defaults 15 30
endif
endif
endif
INITRD_DIR := $(firstword $(wildcard $(DESTDIR)/etc/rc.d/init.d $(DESTDIR)/etc/init.d))
ifneq (,$(INITRD_DIR))
INIT_TARGET := $(INITRD_DIR)/dahdi
COPY_INITD := install -D dahdi.init $(INIT_TARGET)
endif
RCCONF_FILE = /etc/dahdi/init.conf
MODULES_FILE = /etc/dahdi/modules
GENCONF_FILE = /etc/dahdi/genconf_parameters
MODPROBE_FILE = /etc/modprobe.d/dahdi.conf
BLACKLIST_FILE = /etc/modprobe.d/dahdi.blacklist.conf
NETSCR_DIR := $(firstword $(wildcard $(DESTDIR)/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts ))
ifneq (,$(NETSCR_DIR))
NETSCR_TARGET := $(NETSCR_DIR)/ifup-hdlc
COPY_NETSCR := install -D ifup-hdlc $(NETSCR_TARGET)
endif
ifneq ($(wildcard .version),)
TOOLSVERSION:=$(shell cat .version)
else
ifneq ($(wildcard .svn),)
TOOLSVERSION=$(shell build_tools/make_version . dahdi/tools)
endif
endif
LTZ_A:=libtonezone.a
LTZ_A_OBJS:=zonedata.o tonezone.o version.o
LTZ_SO:=libtonezone.so
LTZ_SO_OBJS:=zonedata.lo tonezone.lo version.o
LTZ_SO_MAJOR_VER:=2
LTZ_SO_MINOR_VER:=0
# sbindir, libdir, includedir and mandir are defined in makeopts
# (from configure).
BIN_DIR:=$(sbindir)
LIB_DIR:=$(libdir)
INC_DIR:=$(includedir)/dahdi
MAN_DIR:=$(mandir)/man8
CONFIG_DIR:=$(sysconfdir)/dahdi
CONFIG_FILE:=$(CONFIG_DIR)/system.conf
# Utilities we build with a standard build procedure:
UTILS = dahdi_tool dahdi_test dahdi_monitor dahdi_speed sethdlc dahdi_cfg \
fxstest fxotune dahdi_diag dahdi_scan
# some tests:
UTILS += patgen pattest patlooptest hdlcstress hdlctest hdlcgen \
hdlcverify timertest dahdi_maint
BINS:=fxotune fxstest sethdlc dahdi_cfg dahdi_diag dahdi_monitor dahdi_speed dahdi_test dahdi_scan dahdi_tool dahdi_maint
BINS:=$(filter-out $(MENUSELECT_UTILS),$(BINS))
MAN_PAGES:=$(wildcard $(BINS:%=doc/%.8))
TEST_BINS:=patgen pattest patlooptest hdlcstress hdlctest hdlcgen hdlcverify timertest dahdi_maint
# All the man pages. Not just installed ones:
GROFF_PAGES := $(wildcard doc/*.8 xpp/*.8)
GROFF_HTML := $(GROFF_PAGES:%=%.html)
GENERATED_DOCS := $(GROFF_HTML) README.html README.Astribank.html
all: menuselect.makeopts
@$(MAKE) _all
_all: prereq programs
libs: $(LTZ_SO) $(LTZ_A)
utils-subdirs:
@for dir in $(SUBDIRS_UTILS); do \
$(MAKE) -C $$dir; \
done
programs: libs utils
utils: $(BINS) utils-subdirs
version.c: FORCE
@TOOLSVERSION="${TOOLSVERSION}" build_tools/make_version_c > $@.tmp
@if cmp -s $@.tmp $@ ; then :; else \
mv $@.tmp $@ ; \
fi
@rm -f $@.tmp
tests: $(TEST_BINS)
$(UTILS): %: %.o
$(UTILS): version.o
%.o: %.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(MAKE_DEPS) -c -o $@ $<
%.lo: %.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(MAKE_DEPS) -c -o $@ $<
%: %.o
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) $^ $(LIBS) -o $@
prereq: config.status
dahdi_tool: CFLAGS+=$(NEWT_INCLUDE)
dahdi_tool: LIBS+=$(NEWT_LIB)
dahdi_speed: CFLAGS+=-O0
$(LTZ_A): $(LTZ_A_OBJS)
ar rcs $@ $^
ranlib $@
$(LTZ_SO): $(LTZ_SO_OBJS)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -shared -Wl,-soname,$(LTZ_SO).$(LTZ_SO_MAJOR_VER).$(LTZ_SO_MINOR_VER) -o $@ $^ -lm
dahdi_cfg: $(LTZ_A)
dahdi_cfg: LIBS+=-lm
fxstest: $(LTZ_SO)
fxstest: LIBS+=-lm
fxotune: LIBS+=-lm
tonezones.txt: zonedata.c
perl -ne 'next unless (/\.(country|description) = *"([^"]*)/); \
print (($$1 eq "country")? "* $$2\t":"$$2\n");' $< \
>$@
%.asciidoc: %.sample
perl -n -e \
'if (/^#($$|\s)(.*)/){ if (!$$in_doc){print "\n"}; $$in_doc=1; print "$$2\n" } else { if ($$in_doc){print "\n"}; $$in_doc=0; print " $$_" }' \
$< \
| perl -p -e 'if (/^ #?(\w+)=/ && ! exists $$cfgs{$$1}){my $$cfg = $$1; $$cfgs{$$cfg} = 1; s/^/\n[[cfg_$$cfg]]\n/}' >$@
docs: $(GENERATED_DOCS)
genconf_parameters.sample: xpp/genconf_parameters
cp $< $@
README.html: README system.conf.asciidoc init.conf.asciidoc tonezones.txt \
UPGRADE.txt genconf_parameters.asciidoc
$(ASCIIDOC) -n -a toc -a toclevels=3 $<
README.Astribank.html: xpp/README.Astribank
$(ASCIIDOC) -o $@ -n -a toc -a toclevels=4 $<
# on Debian: this requires the full groof, not just groff-base.
%.8.html: %.8
man -Thtml $^ >$@
htmlman: $(GROFF_HTML)
install: all install-programs
@echo "###################################################"
@echo "###"
@echo "### DAHDI tools installed successfully."
@echo "### If you have not done so before, install init scripts with:"
@echo "###"
@echo "### make config"
@echo "###"
@echo "###################################################"
install-programs: install-utils install-libs
install-utils: utils install-utils-subdirs
ifneq (,$(BINS))
install -d $(DESTDIR)$(BIN_DIR)
install $(BINS) $(DESTDIR)$(BIN_DIR)/
install -d $(DESTDIR)$(MAN_DIR)
install -m 644 $(MAN_PAGES) $(DESTDIR)$(MAN_DIR)/
endif
ifeq (,$(wildcard $(DESTDIR)$(CONFIG_FILE)))
$(INSTALL) -d $(DESTDIR)$(CONFIG_DIR)
$(INSTALL) -m 644 system.conf.sample $(DESTDIR)$(CONFIG_FILE)
endif
install-libs: libs
$(INSTALL) -d -m 755 $(DESTDIR)/$(LIB_DIR)
$(INSTALL) -m 755 $(LTZ_A) $(DESTDIR)$(LIB_DIR)/
$(INSTALL) -m 755 $(LTZ_SO) $(DESTDIR)$(LIB_DIR)/$(LTZ_SO).$(LTZ_SO_MAJOR_VER).$(LTZ_SO_MINOR_VER)
ifeq (,$(DESTDIR))
if [ `id -u` = 0 ]; then \
/sbin/ldconfig || : ;\
fi
endif
rm -f $(DESTDIR)$(LIB_DIR)/$(LTZ_SO)
$(LN) -sf $(LTZ_SO).$(LTZ_SO_MAJOR_VER).$(LTZ_SO_MINOR_VER) \
$(DESTDIR)$(LIB_DIR)/$(LTZ_SO).$(LTZ_SO_MAJOR_VER)
$(LN) -sf $(LTZ_SO).$(LTZ_SO_MAJOR_VER).$(LTZ_SO_MINOR_VER) \
$(DESTDIR)$(LIB_DIR)/$(LTZ_SO)
# Overwrite the 1.0 links out there. dahdi-tools 2.0.0 installed
# 1.0 links but dahdi-tools changed them to 2.0 in order to explicitly
# break applications linked with zaptel. But, this also meant that
# applications linked with libtonezone.so.1.0 broke when dahdi-tools
# 2.1.0 was installed.
$(LN) -sf $(LTZ_SO).$(LTZ_SO_MAJOR_VER).$(LTZ_SO_MINOR_VER) \
$(DESTDIR)$(LIB_DIR)/$(LTZ_SO).1.0
$(LN) -sf $(LTZ_SO).$(LTZ_SO_MAJOR_VER).$(LTZ_SO_MINOR_VER) \
$(DESTDIR)$(LIB_DIR)/$(LTZ_SO).1
ifneq (no,$(USE_SELINUX))
ifeq (,$(DESTDIR))
/sbin/restorecon -v $(DESTDIR)$(LIB_DIR)/$(LTZ_SO)
endif
endif
$(INSTALL) -d -m 755 $(DESTDIR)/$(INC_DIR)
$(INSTALL) -m 644 tonezone.h $(DESTDIR)$(INC_DIR)/
install-utils-subdirs:
@for dir in $(SUBDIRS_UTILS); do \
$(MAKE) -C $$dir install; \
done
config:
ifneq (,$(COPY_INITD))
$(COPY_INITD)
endif
ifeq (,$(wildcard $(DESTDIR)$(RCCONF_FILE)))
$(INSTALL) -D -m 644 init.conf.sample $(DESTDIR)$(RCCONF_FILE)
endif
ifeq (,$(wildcard $(DESTDIR)$(MODULES_FILE)))
$(INSTALL) -D -m 644 modules.sample $(DESTDIR)$(MODULES_FILE)
endif
ifeq (,$(wildcard $(DESTDIR)$(GENCONF_FILE)))
$(INSTALL) -D -m 644 xpp/genconf_parameters $(DESTDIR)$(GENCONF_FILE)
endif
ifeq (,$(wildcard $(DESTDIR)$(MODPROBE_FILE)))
$(INSTALL) -D -m 644 modprobe.conf.sample $(DESTDIR)$(MODPROBE_FILE)
endif
ifeq (,$(wildcard $(DESTDIR)$(BLACKLIST_FILE)))
$(INSTALL) -D -m 644 blacklist.sample $(DESTDIR)$(BLACKLIST_FILE)
endif
ifneq (,$(COPY_NETSCR))
$(COPY_NETSCR)
endif
ifneq (,$(ADD_INITD))
$(ADD_INITD)
endif
@echo "DAHDI has been configured."
@echo ""
@echo "List of detected DAHDI devices:"
@echo ""
@if [ `xpp/dahdi_hardware | tee /dev/stderr | wc -l` -eq 0 ]; then \
echo "No hardware found"; \
else \
echo ""; \
echo "run 'dahdi_genconf modules' to load support for only " ;\
echo "the DAHDI hardware installed in this system. By "; \
echo "default support for all DAHDI hardware is loaded at "; \
echo "DAHDI start. "; \
fi
update:
@if [ -d .svn ]; then \
echo "Updating from Subversion..." ; \
svn update | tee update.out; \
rm -f .version; \
if [ `grep -c ^C update.out` -gt 0 ]; then \
echo ; echo "The following files have conflicts:" ; \
grep ^C update.out | cut -b4- ; \
fi ; \
rm -f update.out; \
else \
echo "Not under version control"; \
fi
clean:
-@$(MAKE) -C menuselect clean
rm -f $(BINS) $(TEST_BINS)
rm -f *.o dahdi_cfg tzdriver sethdlc
rm -f $(LTZ_SO) $(LTZ_A) *.lo
@for dir in $(SUBDIRS_UTILS_ALL); do \
$(MAKE) -C $$dir clean; \
done
@for dir in $(SUBDIRS_UTILS); do \
$(MAKE) -C $$dir clean; \
done
rm -f libtonezone*
rm -f fxotune
rm -f core
rm -f dahdi_cfg-shared fxstest
rm -rf $(GENERATED_DOCS) *.asciidoc tonezones.txt
distclean: dist-clean
dist-clean: clean
@$(MAKE) -C menuselect dist-clean
rm -f makeopts menuselect.makeopts menuselect-tree build_tools/menuselect-deps
rm -f config.log config.status
rm -f .*.d
config.status: configure
@CFLAGS="" ./configure
@echo "****"
@echo "**** The configure script was just executed, so 'make' needs to be"
@echo "**** restarted."
@echo "****"
@exit 1
menuselect.makeopts: menuselect/menuselect menuselect-tree makeopts
menuselect/menuselect --check-deps $@ $(GLOBAL_MAKEOPTS) $(USER_MAKEOPTS)
menuconfig: menuselect
cmenuconfig: cmenuselect
gmenuconfig: gmenuselect
nmenuconfig: nmenuselect
menuselect: menuselect/cmenuselect menuselect/nmenuselect menuselect/gmenuselect
@if [ -x menuselect/nmenuselect ]; then \
$(MAKE) nmenuselect; \
elif [ -x menuselect/cmenuselect ]; then \
$(MAKE) cmenuselect; \
elif [ -x menuselect/gmenuselect ]; then \
$(MAKE) gmenuselect; \
else \
echo "No menuselect user interface found. Install ncurses,"; \
echo "newt or GTK libraries to build one and re-rerun"; \
echo "'make menuselect'."; \
fi
cmenuselect: menuselect/cmenuselect menuselect-tree
-@menuselect/cmenuselect menuselect.makeopts $(GLOBAL_MAKEOPTS) $(USER_MAKEOPTS) && echo "menuselect changes saved!" || echo "menuselect changes NOT saved!"
gmenuselect: menuselect/gmenuselect menuselect-tree
-@menuselect/gmenuselect menuselect.makeopts $(GLOBAL_MAKEOPTS) $(USER_MAKEOPTS) && echo "menuselect changes saved!" || echo "menuselect changes NOT saved!"
nmenuselect: menuselect/nmenuselect menuselect-tree
-@menuselect/nmenuselect menuselect.makeopts $(GLOBAL_MAKEOPTS) $(USER_MAKEOPTS) && echo "menuselect changes saved!" || echo "menuselect changes NOT saved!"
# options for make in menuselect/
MAKE_MENUSELECT=CC="$(HOST_CC)" CXX="$(CXX)" LD="" AR="" RANLIB="" CFLAGS="" $(MAKE) -C menuselect CONFIGURE_SILENT="--silent"
menuselect/menuselect: menuselect/makeopts
+$(MAKE_MENUSELECT) menuselect
menuselect/cmenuselect: menuselect/makeopts
+$(MAKE_MENUSELECT) cmenuselect
menuselect/gmenuselect: menuselect/makeopts
+$(MAKE_MENUSELECT) gmenuselect
menuselect/nmenuselect: menuselect/makeopts
+$(MAKE_MENUSELECT) nmenuselect
menuselect/makeopts: makeopts
+$(MAKE_MENUSELECT) makeopts
menuselect-tree: dahdi.xml
@echo "Generating input for menuselect ..."
@build_tools/make_tree > $@
.PHONY: menuselect distclean dist-clean clean all _all install programs tests devel data config update install-programs install-libs install-utils-subdirs utils-subdirs prereq
FORCE:
ifneq ($(wildcard .*.d),)
include .*.d
endif

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DAHDI Telephony Interface Driver
=================================
Asterisk Development Team <asteriskteam@digium.com>
$Revision$, $Date$
DAHDI stands for Digium Asterisk Hardware Device Interface. This
package contains the userspace tools to configure the kernel modules
included in the package dahdi-linux.
Build Requirements
------------------
This package needs the headers from dahdi-linux. Thus you should install
dahdi-linux before building dahdi-tools.
Build System
~~~~~~~~~~~~
gcc and friends. Generally you will need to install the package gcc.
There may be cases where you will need a specific version of gcc to build
kernel modules.
Extra Libraries
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Some libraries are needed for extra utilities that are provided with
DAHDI.
- libusb is needed for building fpga_load, needed for firmware loading of
the Xorcom Astribank.
- libnewt is needed to build the optional but useful utility dahdi_tool.
Installation
~~~~~~~~~~~~
Note: If using `sudo` to build/install, you may need to add /sbin to your PATH.
----------------------------------
./configure
# optional step: select custom configuration:
#make menuselect
make
make install
# To install init scripts and config files:
#make config
----------------------------------
Build Tweaks
~~~~~~~~~~~~
Partial Build/Install
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
There are some make targets that are provided to build or install just
parts of DAHDI:
. Build targets:
- make: Build DAHDI userspace programs. partial
targets of it:
* make 'utilname': builds 'utilname' alone (e.g: `make dahdi_diag`)
* make utils: Build libtonezone.
* make libs: Build libtonezone.
. Install targets:
- make install: Installs user space tools into /usr/sbin/ (TODO - list
partial targets)
- make config: should be run once to configure
Installation to a Subtree
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The following may be useful when testing the package or when preparing a
package for a binary distribution (such as an rpm package) installing
onto a subtree rather than on th real system.
make install DESTDIR=targetdir
This can be useful for any partial install target from the list above.
Options For ./configure
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The configure script various several tests and based on them generates
some files ( build_tools/menuselect-deps and makeopts). You can pass it
--with options and variable settings, for instance:
./configure --without-ncurses CC="gcc-4.10"
If you just want to recreate the same files without a full detection
run, use:
./config.status
To re-run ./configure with the same parameters it was run with last
time, use:
./ocnfig.status --recheck
Configuration
-------------
Configuration for DAHDI resides under /etc/dahdi .
/etc/dahdi/system.conf
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The main method to configure DAHDI devices is using the utility
*dahdi_cfg*. dahdi_cfg reads data from the configuration file
/etc/dahdi/system.conf , figures out what configuration to send to
channels, and send it to the kernel.
A sample annotated system.conf is included in this directory and
installed by default. Edit it to suit your configuration. Alternatively
use the script dahdi_genconf to generate one that should work with your
system.
/etc/dahdi/init.conf
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The configuration file of the dahdi init.d script is
/etc/dahdi/init.conf . That file is used to override defaults that are
set at the beginning of the init.d script.
Reference Configuration
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Sample system.conf
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
include::system.conf.asciidoc[]
Sample init.conf
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
include::init.conf.asciidoc[]
Sample genconf_parameters
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
FIXME: still not properly formatted.
include::genconf_parameters.asciidoc[]
Tonezones
~~~~~~~~~
The file zonedata.c contains the information about the tone zones used
in libtonezone (and hence also in ztcfg). Here is a list of those zones:
include::tonezones.txt[]
DAHDI PERL modules
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The directory xpp has, in addition to helper utilities for the
Xorcom Astribank, a collection of perl modules to provide information
related to DAHDI. The perl modules themselves are under xpp/perl_modules/ .
In xpp/ there are several utilities that use those modules:
- xpp-specific: dahdi_registration, xpp_sync, xpp_blink .
- General: lsdahdi, dahdi_genconf, dahdi_hardware, dahdi_drivers
The DAHDI perl modules will currently only be automatically installed if you
happen to install the xpp directory. Those utilities require the perl modules
to be installed, however they will also look for them in the directory
perl_modules, and thus can be run directly from the DAHDI source tree. For
example:
./xpp/dahdi_hardware -v
To get usage information on a program, you can also use perldoc
(sometimes provided in a package separate from perl itself). For
instance:
perldoc ./xpp/lsdahdi
Some of them are specific for the Xorcom Astribank and described in its
docuemntation. the others are:
lsdahdi::
A somewhat glorified `cat /proc/dahdi/*`.
dahdi_genconf::
Generates configuration based on the existing DAHDI channels and on
/etc/dahdi/genconf_parameters (replaces genzaptelconf as well).
dahdi_drivers::
A two-liner script (not installed by default) that simply returns the
modules that should be modprobed on this system.
dahdi_hardware::
Uses the information from sysfs and its own knowledge to show
what PCI/USB DAHDI hardware is connected and if it is currently used
by a driver. Shows also some more information for Astribanks from
/proc/xpp .
PPP Support
~~~~~~~~~~~
DAHDI digital cards can provide data channels through ppp as
point-to-point connections. This requires a plugin to the ppp daemon
that is included in the ppp/ subdirectory. To install it:
1. Make sure you have the PPP source / headers installed. On Debian:
apt-get install ppp-dev
2. Run 'make' on the ppp subdirectory:
make -C ppp
make -C ppp install
3. Make sure your kernel has support for both PPP (which is common is
distribution kernels and for HDLC (much less common) - CONFIG_PPP and
CONFIG_HDLC .
include::UPGRADE.txt[]
License
-------
This package is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License
Version 2, except for some components which are distributed under the terms of
the GNU Lesser General Public License Version 2.1. Both licenses are included
in this directory, and each file is clearly marked as to which license applies.
If you wish to use the DAHDI drivers in an application for which the license
terms are not appropriate (e.g. a proprietary embedded system), licenses under
more flexible terms can be readily obtained through Digium, Inc. at reasonable
cost.
Reporting Bugs
--------------
Please report bug and patches to the Asterisk bug tracker at
http://bugs.digium.com/[] in the "DAHDI" category.
Links
-----
- http://asterisk.org/[] - The Asterisk PBX
- http://voip-info.org/[]
- http://voip-info.org/wiki/view/DAHDI[]
- http://docs.tzafrir.org.il/dahdi-tools/README.html[Up-to-date HTML version
of this file]

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Upgrade Notes
-------------
Information for upgrading from Zaptel 1.2 or 1.4 to DAHDI 2.0
Upgrading from Zaptel to DAHDI is fairly straightforward; install this
package using the installation instructions, and then reconfigure and
rebuild Asterisk; Asterisk 1.4 releases later than 1.4.21, and all
releases of Asterisk 1.6, will automatically use DAHDI in preference
to Zaptel, even if Zaptel is still installed on the system.
Important notes about upgrading:
The Zaptel package, which included both kernel modules and userspace
tools for configuring and managing the modules, has been split into
two packages:
* dahdi-linux: kernel modules
* dahdi-tools: userspace tools
In addition, there is a dahdi-linux-complete package that contains both
dahdi-linux and dahdi-tools for simplified installation.
NOTE: The dahdi-linux and dahdi-tools packages have *separate*
version numbers; they will not be released 'in sync', and it is
perfectly acceptable to use (for example) dahdi-tools 2.0.6 with
dahdi-linux 2.0.11. The dahdi-linux-complete package version number will
always include *both* of these version numbers so that you will know
what is included in it.
DAHDI-Linux
~~~~~~~~~~~
Module Names
^^^^^^^^^^^^
The primary kernel modules have changed names; the new names are:
zaptel.ko -> dahdi.ko
ztd-eth.ko -> dahdi_dynamic_eth.ko
ztd-loc.ko -> dahdi_dynamic_loc.ko
ztdummy.ko -> dahdi_dummy.ko
ztdynamic.ko -> dahdi_dynamic.ko
zttranscode.ko -> dahdi_transcode.ko
* The kernel modules for card drivers have *not* changed names,
although the wcusb and torisa drivers are no longer included.
* This package no longer includes the 'menuselect' utility for
choosing which modules to build; all modules that can be built are
built automatically.
Echo Canceller Modules
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
It is no longer possible and needed to select a software echo canceler
at compile time to build into dahdi.ko; all four included echo
cancelers (MG2, KB1, SEC and SEC2) are built as loadable modules.
If the Digium HPEC binary object file has been placed into the
proper directory the HPEC module will be built as well.
Any or all of these modules can be loaded at the same time, and the echo
canceler to be used on the system's channels can be configured using
the dahdi_cfg tool from the dahdi-tools package.
IMPORTANT: It is *mandatory* to configure an echo canceler for the
system's channels using dahdi_cfg unless the interface cards in use
have echo canceler modules available and enabled. There is *no*
default software echo canceler with DAHDI. See
<<_echo_cancellers,section on echo cancellers>> in sample system.conf.
DAHDI-Tools
~~~~~~~~~~~
Many tool names have changed:
ztcfg -> dahdi_cfg
ztmonitor -> dahdi_monitor
ztscan -> dahdi_scan
ztspeed -> dahdi_speed
zttest -> dahdi_test
zttool -> dahdi_tool
zapconf -> dahdi_genconf (deprecates genzaptelconf)
* The system configuration file has moved from /etc/zaptel.conf to
<<_sample_system_conf,/etc/dahdi/system.conf>>.
* The dahdi_cfg tool can now be used to select an echo canceler on a
channel-by-channel basis in the system configuration file; see
system.conf.sample for examples of how to do this.
* The configuration for XPP init_card_* scripts is done now
in /etc/dahdi/xpp.conf and uses a simple syntax (example included).
For PRI modules, the 'pri_protocol' setting, determines how
to configure it (E1/T1).
* In Astribank PRI modules, the LED behaviour represents which ports
are *CLOCK MASTER* (red color) and which are *CLOCK SLAVE* (green color).
Usually (but not always), this corresponds to the NT/TE settings in Asterisk.
* The /etc/sysconfig/zaptel (or /etc/default/zaptel file, depending
on your distribution) is now split into two separate files:
/etc/dahdi/modules control which modules are loaded and module options are
set via /etc/modprobe.d/dahdi.

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/* autoconfig.h.in. Generated from configure.ac by autoheader. */
/* Define if your system has the DAHDI headers. */
#undef HAVE_DAHDI
/* Define DAHDI headers version */
#undef HAVE_DAHDI_VERSION
/* Define to 1 if you have the <inttypes.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_INTTYPES_H
/* Define to 1 if you have the <linux/soundcard.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_LINUX_SOUNDCARD_H
/* Define to 1 if you have the <memory.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_MEMORY_H
/* Define this to indicate the ${NEWT_DESCRIP} library */
#undef HAVE_NEWT
/* Define to indicate the ${NEWT_DESCRIP} library version */
#undef HAVE_NEWT_VERSION
/* Define to 1 if you have the <stdint.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_STDINT_H
/* Define to 1 if you have the <stdlib.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_STDLIB_H
/* Define to 1 if you have the <strings.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_STRINGS_H
/* Define to 1 if you have the <string.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_STRING_H
/* Define to 1 if you have the <sys/soundcard.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_SYS_SOUNDCARD_H
/* Define to 1 if you have the <sys/stat.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_SYS_STAT_H
/* Define to 1 if you have the <sys/types.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_SYS_TYPES_H
/* Define to 1 if you have the <unistd.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_UNISTD_H
/* Define this to indicate the ${USB_DESCRIP} library */
#undef HAVE_USB
/* Define to indicate the ${USB_DESCRIP} library version */
#undef HAVE_USB_VERSION
/* Define to the address where bug reports for this package should be sent. */
#undef PACKAGE_BUGREPORT
/* Define to the full name of this package. */
#undef PACKAGE_NAME
/* Define to the full name and version of this package. */
#undef PACKAGE_STRING
/* Define to the one symbol short name of this package. */
#undef PACKAGE_TARNAME
/* Define to the version of this package. */
#undef PACKAGE_VERSION
/* Define to 1 if you have the ANSI C header files. */
#undef STDC_HEADERS
/* Enable extensions on AIX 3, Interix. */
#ifndef _ALL_SOURCE
# undef _ALL_SOURCE
#endif
/* Enable GNU extensions on systems that have them. */
#ifndef _GNU_SOURCE
# undef _GNU_SOURCE
#endif
/* Enable threading extensions on Solaris. */
#ifndef _POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS
# undef _POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS
#endif
/* Enable extensions on HP NonStop. */
#ifndef _TANDEM_SOURCE
# undef _TANDEM_SOURCE
#endif
/* Enable general extensions on Solaris. */
#ifndef __EXTENSIONS__
# undef __EXTENSIONS__
#endif
/* Define to 1 if on MINIX. */
#undef _MINIX
/* Define to 2 if the system does not provide POSIX.1 features except with
this defined. */
#undef _POSIX_1_SOURCE
/* Define to 1 if you need to in order for `stat' and other things to work. */
#undef _POSIX_SOURCE

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/*
* See http://www.asterisk.org for more information about
* the Asterisk project. Please do not directly contact
* any of the maintainers of this project for assistance;
* the project provides a web site, mailing lists and IRC
* channels for your use.
*
* This program is free software, distributed under the terms of
* the GNU General Public License Version 2 as published by the
* Free Software Foundation. See the LICENSE file included with
* this program for more details.
*/
static int bit_next(int prev)
{
return (prev + 1) % 256;
}

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# blacklist all the drivers by default in order to ensure that
# /etc/init.d/dahdi installs them in the correct order so that the spans are
# ordered consistently.
blacklist wct4xxp
blacklist wcte12xp
blacklist wct1xxp
blacklist wcte11xp
blacklist wctdm24xxp
blacklist wcfxo
blacklist wctdm
blacklist wctc4xxp
blacklist wcb4xxp

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#!/bin/sh
check_for_app() {
$1 --version 2>&1 >/dev/null
if [ $? != 0 ]
then
echo "Please install $1 and run bootstrap.sh again!"
exit 1
fi
}
# On FreeBSD and OpenBSD, multiple autoconf/automake versions have different names.
# On linux, envitonment variables tell which one to use.
uname -s | grep -q BSD
if [ $? = 0 ] ; then # BSD case
case `uname -sr` in
'FreeBSD 4'*) # FreeBSD 4.x has a different naming
MY_AC_VER=259
MY_AM_VER=19
;;
*)
MY_AC_VER=-2.62