[OpenSIPS-Users] Install opensips to systemd

Răzvan Crainea razvan at opensips.org
Mon Jan 9 03:27:01 EST 2017

No, unfortunately there is no way to install the systemd files 
automatically, you have to do it manually.

Best regards,

Răzvan Crainea
OpenSIPS Solutions

On 01/08/2017 10:49 PM, Robert Dyck wrote:
> I had a working opensips 1.11 installed by Fedora package manager. I have been
> trying opensips 2.2.2 and decided to make the jump. Since 2.2.2 is not
> available as a package from Fedora I cloned the source.
> I have tried installing using menuconfig and also make but neither installs the
> necessary files for systemd. I see that the files exist in the source directory
> "packaging". Is there a way to trigger the installation of the necessary files
> for systemd or does it need to be done manually.
> I have thought of re-installing 1.11 from the package manager and then
> overwriting the opensips binary. The problem I see is that a package upgrade
> would overwrite 2.2.2 because the package manager sees opensips as an
> installed package.
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