Elastix, the open source software for unified communications, has been ported to a number of ARM boards including the Raspberry Pi, the Asiri and the Pico-SAM9G45.
This flavour, called uElastix, is a trimmed down version and differs significantly from the original Elastix.
uElastix gives you a trusted and tested asterisk based Elastix PBX on your Pi. But what makes it interesting is that it also gives you an alternative to the RasPBX. So, if you wanted a PBX on your Pi, you now have a choice.
A big let down for anyone wanting to try uElastix on their Raspberry Pi is that there is no readymade image file. There’s just a ‘How to Install’ page which (a lot of people who tried it would agree) isn’t very straightforward.
So, I decided to share this image I created. The image file requires a 8GB microSD card.
The image file is ~7GB, I am uploading a winRAR compressed version . Use a suitable application to un-compress it after download. This will work with RapberryPi B+ and is not tested on Pi2 and Pi3
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The installation’s IP is 192.168.1.251/24. The root password is “palosanto” and the initial web interface credentials are: user “admin” and password “palosanto”.
Directions to write the image to SD card