Summary:ASTERISK-00443: make install does not copy hours.gsm to sounds/digits directory
Reporter:philipp (philipp)Labels:
Date Opened:2003-10-28 05:18:11.000-0600Date Closed:2011-06-07 14:10:05
Versions:Frequency of
Description:see summary: make install does not copy hours.gsm to sounds/digits directory
If voicemail.conf is modified to announce time and date (using k or H etc) then Asterisk will hang up as soon as "hours" is to be said.
Comments:By: Brian West (bkw918) 2003-10-28 10:48:44.000-0600

Sounds like the bug needs to be fixed instead of stopping it from installing the hours.gsm

By: Tilghman Lesher (tilghman) 2003-10-28 11:18:08.000-0600

The problem is actually that hours.gsm was checked into CVS in the wrong directory:  /usr/src/sounds/hours.gsm instead of /usr/src/sounds/digits/hours.gsm.

By: John Todd (jtodd) 2003-10-29 00:16:25.000-0600

So how do we fix this?  I see that there were changes to voicemail.conf in the CVS to update this problem as recently as yesterday, but that doesn't solve our problem, does it?  Is this a patch, or just getting the file in the right place?

By: Tilghman Lesher (tilghman) 2003-10-29 00:36:09.000-0600

Since voicemail.conf.sample has been updated in CVS to correct the location of hours.gsm, I would suggest that this bug is resolved.

The reporter may, at his option, either copy the hours.gsm file to the digits subdirectory or fix his voicemail.conf.

By: philipp (philipp) 2003-10-29 05:20:39.000-0600

Naturally I did copy the file.

However, I am not sure if it is intended behaviour of * to just hangup if one of those time/date files is missing? On the one hand that is a clear indication about something being wrong, on the other hand * might just continue with the next sound and not hangup, yet display a nice warning in the console/log...?

Next to that I have yet another issue with voicemail2, k and H options where * just hangs up on me after saying "at". I can't really be more precise because the digit sound for the hour - in this 19 - is available in the directory, unlike with hours.gsm. My general feeling is that the European 24-hour style is not heavily tested.

By: John Todd (jtodd) 2003-10-29 17:57:46.000-0600

OK, we have two bugs here, which gets confusing.  I'm going to close this one out, but Philipp - can you please open a new bug with the "k and H" errors?