Installing the System

Please refer to the section Troubleshooting if ever you have errors during the installation.

There are two official ways to install XiVO:

  • using the official ISO image
  • using a minimal Debian installation and the XiVO installation script

XiVO can be installed on both virtual (QEMU/KVM, VirtualBox, ...) and physical machines. That said, since Asterisk is sensitive to timing issues, you might get better results by installing XiVO on real hardware.

Installing from the ISO image

  • Download the ISO image. (latest version) (all versions)
  • Boot from the ISO image, select Install and follow the instructions. You must select a locale with charset UTF-8.
  • At the end of the installation, you can continue by running the configuration wizard.

Installing from a minimal Debian installation

XiVO can be installed directly over a 32-bit or a 64-bit Debian jessie. When doing so, you are strongly advised to start with a clean and minimal installation of Debian jessie.

The latest installation image for Debian jessie can be found at https://www.debian.org/releases/jessie/debian-installer.

Requirements

The installed Debian must:

  • use the architecure i386 or amd64
  • have a default locale with charset UTF-8

In case you want to migrate a XiVO from i386 to amd64, see Migrate XiVO from i386 (32 bits) to amd64 (64 bits).

Installation

Once you have your Debian jessie properly installed, download the XiVO installation script:

wget http://mirror.xivo.io/fai/xivo-migration/xivo_install_current.sh

And run it:

bash xivo_install_current.sh

Note

For testing purposes, you can alternatively install the release candidate or developement version of XiVO. Beware that there is no guarantee that these versions will work nor upgrade correctly.

To install the release candidate version:

bash xivo_install_current.sh -r

To install the developement version:

bash xivo_install_current.sh -d

At the end of the installation, you can continue by running the configuration wizard.