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ANSWERED How to point out kazoo-freeswitch to the custom freeSWITCH directory?

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Greetings Everyone,

I want to use a patched version of the original freeSWITCH.  It's source placed in the  - "/opt" directory. How can I use this patched version alongside with kazoo?

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Hi @Beka Gelashvili

When I'm testing alternative FreeSWITCH instances, I use:

sudo FS_BIN=/usr/local/freeswitch/bin/freeswitch /usr/sbin/kazoo-freeswitch start -nonat

This starts FreeSWITCH in the foreground so if you exit the console, FreeSWITCH will stop. You can use the -nc flag to put FreeSWITCH in the background and use fs_cli to connect that works better for you.

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On 4/15/2021 at 7:10 PM, mc_ said:

Hi @Beka Gelashvili

When I'm testing alternative FreeSWITCH instances, I use:

sudo FS_BIN=/usr/local/freeswitch/bin/freeswitch /usr/sbin/kazoo-freeswitch start -nonat

This starts FreeSWITCH in the foreground so if you exit the console, FreeSWITCH will stop. You can use the -nc flag to put FreeSWITCH in the background and use fs_cli to connect that works better for you.

Thanks, it worked.

Edited by Beka Gelashvili (see edit history)

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