Trying to install Asterisk, Illegal Instruction

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    I’m new to ZeroShell and the forum. I installed ZeroShell for the first time about a week ago and really like it!
    So far I have everything working just the way I want.

    Anyway, I decided to install Asterisk from the Online Updates.

    I installed it but when I try to run it I get this:

    /etc/rc.d/init.d/pbx: line 39: 13401 Illegal instruction “$@” [FAILED]

    The box I’m setting up has a ‘VIA Samuel 2 532mhz’ processor according to ZeroShell. I honestly don’t know too much about it, I got it from a friend.

    I thought I read something about Asterisk illegal instruction errors on VIA cpus.

    Anyone have any ideas?



    I am go through with same problem..


    It appears that Asterisk needs to be compiled with BUILD_NATIVE disabled, as it has been compiled for a CPU which is not compatible with the VIA C3. The issue is that this will be a non optimised binary. Alternatively it could be compiled on/for the C3 CPU.

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