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Very good Stephen,
I should have taken my time and looked at it all and not looked
for the short answer.
As I said, I don't use the asl-menu,
but I guess I should find out why it's not in /usr/loacal/sbin
or /usr/sbin/ on my Pi when I get a chance.
The best fix would be to come back at this with a new instance of
putty and just run the commands from there.
Makes little sense to run the menu to run a command. But, No
On 12/12/2018 10:05 AM, Stephen Miller
The $ASTERISK is a variable set earlier in the script, on
line 68. The do_asterisk_cli takes that variable and makes it
into a full line that the shell expects. The variable in this
case allows for the asterisk executable to be placed anywhere
on the system, and each time the variable is called the shell
will replace the variable name with the actual value. Since
the asterisk program is called in many functions in the
script, creating a variable makes it easier to change one line
rather than many in the script, in case the location of the
So line 68 creates the variable:
which turns $ASTERISK -rvvv into
On Wed, Dec 12, 2018 at 9:57 AM Mike KB8JNM <groupio@...
I went looking at my install. I don't use the asl-menu,
but it is not installed on my Pi.
So, I went to the PC and took a look at the asl-menu
5 is the menu item for ast cmd line
echo "do_asl_cli" >> $logfile
This needs to be changed to lower case.
using a raspberry pi B + with the raspbian Stretch
if I throw the command like:
sudo asl.menu (error5)