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Asterisk

Asterisk
A few improvements and additions are already in the pipeline, but I was looking for a convenient way to get new enhancements to existing installations for some time. System upgrades should be capable of: Delivering bug fixes and security patches for all installed software packagesAdd new software and configuration improvements to further enhance the systemAvoid the hassle of re-flashing the SD card and manually transferring all settings and customisations people made. To achieve this, I wrote a small upgrade tool that is using an additional Debian repository specific to the RasPBX project. Bug fixes and security patches for software that was installed through the Raspbian repositories are already delivered through apt-get dist-upgrade. Patches for additional, non-Raspbian software will be delivered through the RasPBX Debian repository.

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