Updating the FreePBX 13 Operating System (CentOS 6.X)
Jared Busch last edited by
Like everything else, FreePBX has a base operating system, and like everything else it needs to be updated.
The operating system underneath of FreePBX 13 is basically a customized CentOS 6. This makes keeping it up to date very simple.
You simple use the built in package manager
yumto run updates and because of the customized repositories used, it should always be a very safe process.
[root@fpbx ~]# yum repolist Loaded plugins: downloadonly, fastestmirror, kmod Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile repo id repo name status base SHMZ-6.6 - Base 6,520 extras SHMZ-6.6 - Extras 38 pbx pbx 2,940 schmooze-commercial schmooze-commercial 179 updates SHMZ-6.6 - Updates 1,367 repolist: 11,044 [root@fpbx ~]#
As I recently did everything, there are no updates pending, but you can look at any CentOS example for what this looks like when you have updates.
[root@fpbx ~]# yum -y update Loaded plugins: downloadonly, fastestmirror, kmod Setting up Update Process Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile No Packages marked for Update
Part of the FreePBX 13 Setup Guide