In case you wonder why on earth is asterisk failing with a segmentation fault after a fresh install (compilation by hand from sources) – and you happen to run it in a KVM virtual machine – then the answer is pretty easy: make sure you run make menuconfig before you start the compilation and remove the compilation flag called “BUILD NATIVE”. Once you do that asterisk will run normally.
About me and the blog
English is the official IT language - therefore my blog is written in English.
I try to share here my views, opinions and technical solutions to problems that I myself found challenging.
I would even risk saying that in most cases it's my personal "Tech Cookbook" - because I do keep coming back to my own articles every now and then.
- Hide user listing from WP-JSON users call
- Varnish 3.x tips and tricks on the command line
- Migrate MySQL or MariaDB to another server (merge two or more into one)
- Parallel PHP 5.6 & 7.x on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
- MySQL/MariaDB FIND_IN_SET – why it can both good and bad
- PHP FPM and “104 Connection reset by peer”
- Unzipping files from archives made on Windows (and fixing broken filenames)
- jQuery Ajax requests pending in Chrome