Installing FreePBX 13 from the ISO



  • Connect to the console, and select the second option Full Install -- No RAID
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    Unselect IPv6 as full IPv6 support is still lagging in the VoIP world.
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    Set the local timezone for the system. Users do not understand UTC and there is no method to let users specify their own timezone for email notices and such.
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    Set a secure root password.
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    Get a coffee and wait.
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    Once this finishes, the installer automatically reboots the server.

    • If you following the guide and using Vultr, it is important to note that Vultr still boots to the ISO. So you need to remove the ISO yourself..
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    Then go back to the console and if it did not restart, tell it to reboot. I just click the CAD button.
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    After rebooting it will execute a first boot script to update things. Refill your coffee.
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    I have once received this error. I hit the CAF1, logged in, ran yum update -y, and then rebooted. The first boot script then ran successfully.
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    Once it is all done, open the web GUI and if you see this, you are good to go.
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    Part of the FreePBX 13 Setup Guide


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