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Miko PBX installation

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Miko PBX - the full operating system for your equipment, is not the separate program. It is delivered in the form of an image (*.iso, *.img).

Several options of the MikoPBX installation are possible. Select for yourself the most suitable option of installation:

  • The Miko PBX installation with a CD disk on separately dedicated server. The PC should support loading with CD. Installation instructions.

  • The Miko PBX installation with USB on separately dedicated server. The PC should support loading with USB.Installation instructions.

  • Start of Miko PBX with a boot USB disk. When loading with USB all changes in a configuration work before the first reset. The PC should support loading with USB. Installation instructions.

  • The Miko PBX installation on the virtual machine. Installation instructions.

System requirements

  • the Hard drive of 500 Mb for main system
  • the Hard drive of 50 Gb for records of a talk
  • 1 x64 processor
  • 1Gb random access memory
  • LAN adapter

Live CD

The Live CD installation - the easiest way of installation on the desktop PC.

1. For a start it is necessary to download an image of Live CD.

2. Write an image “X.X.ХХ-9.0-svn-mikopbx-x86-64-cross-linux.iso” on a compact disk

3. Insert Live CD into the computer

4. The PC should support loading with CD . The loading order from the CD drive should be configured.

5. Reboot the PC

6. If loading took place successfully, the console menu will appear. At this stage Miko PBX is loaded from a disk (Live CD) on which iso an image is written. It to us is indicated by a line: “ PBX is running in Live or Recovery mode ”.


7. We make the Miko PBX installation.

  • Enter from the keyboard digit 8 and click “ Enter ” to start installation. Miko PBX will display information on all available disks. In the current example - a disk “ sda ”.
  • Enter from the keyboard a disk name, in the current case sda .
  • The system will request confirmation. We confirm - y .

Names of disks can differ for your system. Be attentive with the choice, all data on a disk where Miko PBX is established, will be lost.


The drive on which Miko PBX will be installed is called system ( SYSTEM ). As a system disk it is possible to select a disk which size will exceed 500 MB .

8. After completion of installation the system will reboot. Miko PBX will automatically retrieve the disk X.X.X-X.X-svn-mikopbx-x86-64-cross-linux.iso“ from the drive, now Miko PBX will be started from a disk by sda on which we also installed a system.

9. After restart we will see that the line “ PBX is running in Live or Recovery mode ” is absent.


10. Further the system will suggest to connect a disk for storage of records of a talk in Miko PBX.

  • Enter the name of a disk for connection (for example, sdb) and click Enter.

Pay attention! The system disk on which Miko PBX (in our example the disk sda) is installed only if its size exceeds 600 MB can act as a disk for storage of records of a talk. Otherwise to connect a system disk for storage of records of a talk it will not turn out.

At repeated attempt to connect a disk for storage of records of a talk the notification that the disk is already mounted will be output.

Live USB / Bootable USB

It is tested on:

  • Intel NUC DCCP847DYE
  • Intel NUC D54250WUKH

The majority of modern PCs support loading from the USB device.
Miko PBX can be started from the USB device. Such way of installation can be required in the absence of CDROM.

Pay attention! The minimum capacity of an USB disk - 512MB

  • The mode Bootable USB is intended for work of automatic telephone exchange from an USB disk (a card flash). Use for installation the *.img file

  • The mode Live USB is intended for installation or system recovery. Use for installation the *.iso file

Windows

For creation of a boot USB disk we recommend to use the application imageUSB.It is possible to download at the link .

  1. Load and set the application.
  2. Start imageUSB
  3. Connect an USB disk to the PC
  4. Perform operation “Refresh drives
  5. Select an USB disk
  6. Select the image file
  7. Perform operation “Write
  8. Wait for the end of record
  9. Connect an USB disk to the PC
  10. Reboot the PC for loading from a disk

OSX

Be attentive when choosing the device to formatting. Changes are not reversible!

  1. Open the application “Terminal
  2. Connect an USB disk
  3. Execute a command
    diskutil list
  4. Information on all connected disks will be displayed
  5. In the current example USB device name is “/dev/disk3”. Let's compare an output of the “diskutil list” command before connection of the device
  6. We format a disk. It will be required to enter admin password
    sudo diskutil eraseDisk FAT32 NONAME  MBRFormat /dev/disk3;
  7. Let's switch-off the device the following command
    sudo diskutil unmountDisk /dev/disk3;
  8. Let's write an image on usb the carrier
    sudo dd if=1.0.64-9.0-svn-mikopbx-x86-64-cross-linux.img of=/dev/disk3 bs=1m;

Virtual machines

The list of instructions for the Miko PBX installation on the recommended virtual machines is given below:

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en/setup.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/11 13:06 (external edit)