Wazo Platform Tutorial: Installing Wazo VM at CloudAtCost

Getting Started

An ISO can’t be used as the installation media at CloudAtCost. Start by building a 64-bit Debian 8 virtual machine with at least 1GB RAM and a 10GB virtual drive. No need to choose a larger drive at the moment since there’s a bug in CloudAtCost’s installer for Debian 8.

Once you’ve built and started the virtual machine, log into your server as root using SSH/Putty and immediately change your root password: passwd

Perform these initial steps:

sed -i '/exit 0/d' /etc/rc.local
killall plymouthd
echo killall plymouthd >> /etc/rc.local
rm -f /etc/rc3.d/S97*
echo "exit 0" >> /etc/rc.local

Debian/Wazo/Incredible PBX Installation

While logged into your server as root using SSH/Putty, change your root password: passwd

Then issue the following commands to kick off the base install:

cd /root
sed -i 's|127.0.1.1\tlocalhost|127.0.1.1\txivo.incrediblepbx.com\tlocalhost.localdomain|' /etc/hosts
hostname xivo.incrediblepbx.com
sed -i 's|localhost|xivo|' /etc/hostname
wget http://incrediblepbx.com/IncrediblePBX14-Wazo.sh
chmod +x IncrediblePBX14-Wazo.sh
./IncrediblePBX14-Wazo.sh
# enter .q at the : prompt during Debian upgrade process

After rebooting, log into your server again as root and issue the following command to complete the Wazo and Incredible PBX installation and configuration:

./IncrediblePBX14-Wazo.sh

You now can proceed to Incredible PBX Initial Configuration tutorial to continue your setup.

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