PBX in a Flash 220.127.116.11.1 (32-bit) features CentOS 6.2 and provides your choice of Asterisk 18.104.22.168 (PIAF-Purple) or the official Asterisk 2.0 release (PIAF-Red) plus your choice of either FreePBX 2.8, 2.9, or 2.10.
This first release of PIAF 22.214.171.124 includes support for optional installs of previous versions of Asterisk as part of the install process. Instead of choosing PIAF-Purple or PIAF-Red, exit to the Linux command prompt, log in with your root password, and issue a download command, e.g. piafdl -p beta_1880_purple or piafdl -p beta_1880_red
This update also adds support for a fix to eliminate video install quirks on certain hardware platforms. If you experience lockups during the install process, instead of pressing ENTER at the first install prompt, issue one of the following commands: ks-nomode, ksraid-nomode, or kslvm-nomode.
If your target machine has no optical drive, it's easy to create a bootable USB thumb drive from this ISO. Here's how: http://nerd.bz/zLUnUp
For the Definitive Installation Guide, see this Nerd Vittles article: http://nerdvittles.com/?p=791
For the Incredible PBX Installation Guide, see this Nerd Vittles article: http://nerdvittles.com/?p=795
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