i have following Problem: when i call my mobile-phone and after some ring i press the "endcall-button" asterisk fall down.
Meaning if i am in the asterisk CLI i get a lot of following message:
[May 20 13:30:53] ERROR: astobj2.c:115 INTERNAL_OBJ: bad magic number 0x0 for 0x843e730
i only came out if i press CTRL+Z
the file " /var/log/asterisk/messages" became a lot of following Message:
[May 20 13:31:12] ERROR astobj2.c: bad magic number 0x0 for 0x843e730
the system can only come back with a asterisk restart (e.g. "/etc/init.d/asterisk restart") or a reboot.
With a asterisk restart sometimes it is not possible to have again a asterisk CLI.
Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E7500 @ 2.93GHz
με 500 GB and 4 GB memory
Linux debian - KERNEL 2.6.26-2-686
and Asterisk 188.8.131.52
for ISDN connection:
openVOX B100P with mISDN 1.9
i make a completely new installation from begin (debian netinstall) etc.
after the installation of mISDN i realized that the bash command lspci gave out a error message.
I solve my primary problem and it seems that my system don't disconnect anymore when the other party is busy.
But i wonder why the lspci command give out a error message ...something like Cannot open file... etc. and I'm curious to find out if there is a solution for this.
Could you please give out your detail error messages? Did you attempt to plug the card into another PCI slot to verify whether it still showing the same errors?
netvoice-test:/usr/src/ # lspci lspci: Cannot open /sys/bus/pci/devices/0000:03:00.0/resource: No such file or directory
This is the error with B100P and Debian Lenny Netinstall. Only with B100P i have this error, all other ISDN cards working perfect.
The only solution I've found on the Internet is this, but I have not tried