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Note: The ASL 1.01 installer is a Network installer and still uses the site to download the .deb install files.

ASL Beta Images

The distribution has been updated to Debian 10 (buster) to allow users to use the latest apt packages, kernels, and boot on a Raspberry Pi 2, 3, or 4. The core Asterisk AllStarLink version has also been updated to 2.0.0-beta, and has several updates and fixes. Beta images should only be used by advanced users. Use at your own risk.

ASL 2 Beta Changelog

Have fun!

Beta Download

These are the same files but without html page in front of them:

  • ASL Images Beta AllStarLink BETA Images Repository
  • Pi2-3-4 BETA AllStarLink image for the Raspberry Pi 2, 3, or 4

Beta Documentation

ASL Beta Documentation

Install from ASL Repository

As an alternative to installing the ASL image, you can install Debian 10 (11 and 12 soon, I hope) yourself and then add the ASL repo. This is the recommended procedure to install on a VM where a .iso cannot be uploaded. The DAHDI package can be finicky with newer kernels and this won't work if the Linux headers don't match the Linux kernel.

Install the ASL Repository

As root (or with sudo) run the following commands to install the ASL repo. Overwrite the keyring file if prompted.

apt update
apt install curl gpg

cd /tmp
chmod +x install-allstarlink-repository

Install ASL

Next as root (or with sudo) run the following commands to install ASL.

apt -y install linux-headers-$(uname -r)
apt -y install asl-asterisk
apt -y install allstar-helpers
apt -y install asl-dahdi-linux
apt -y install asl-update-node-list

If you are installing on a Raspberry Pi add:

apt -y install asl-raspberrypi-kernel
apt -y install asl-raspberrypi-kernel-headers

Bug Reports

Have a problem with the new ASL? Submit a bug/issue report here: