[OpenSIPS-Users] Using Jenkins to Build OpenSIPS

Patrick Wakano pwakano at gmail.com
Thu Jul 23 16:02:39 CEST 2015

You can build an installer script by putting a Makefile.conf into your
Opensips source files dir and then run make all && make install.
You just have to run the make menuconfig once to get the Makefile.conf you
desire and then use it in your installer.


On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 10:48 AM, Victor Medina <victor.medina at cibersys.com>

> Hi guys!
> Up until now I been using menuconfig to build opensips. I would like to
> try to use something different to build OpenSIPS.
> Is there any way to build OpenSIPS in an automated fashion? Something like
> severak automated tasks that downloads 2.1 tag, run a configure and a make,
> make install?
> I did a diff of a before and after menuconfig run on a vanilla 2.1
> directory, hoping to find a single file with the changes, but found several
> *.d files modified.
> Is there any way to have a full blown menuconfig saved and restored? on a
> new checked out directory to do a new build? I even change the default
> prefix.
> Thanks in advanced.
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