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1. Introduction

Installing a binary distribution of Asterisk makes it easier to maintain your system. Using the package management tools that are included with your Linux distribution, you can install and update software without manually managing dependencies (libraries and utilities on which applications rely).

Currently Asterisk is available for automated binary installation using the YUM utility on CentOS 6 Linux and RedHat Enterprise Linux 6.

2. YUM (CentOS 6 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6)

2.1. Prerequisites

2.2. Adding the repository

2.3. Installing

2.3.1. Asterisk 11

2.3.2. DAHDI dahdi-linux dependencies

If you are installing from local files and not using the repos installed above then it's worth noting that the dahdi-firmware files among others are hosted at due to licensing.

2.4. Upgrading

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