Originally Posted by abdelmoneim mubarak
Thank you for all,my English language is not good some little things ,To clarify that questions for you tires me of the situation was better, as is evident from posts..... Sorry to depletion of your time with me .
Nothing to do with English skills, which are just fine. It was the apparent lack of effort into looking things up or reading the instructions, especially for someone about to graduate college. We had to look up the page for you, give you the link, then spoon-feed you the page to the setup documentation, which was on the SAME WEBSITE that we looked up for you.
But that take more time without interest and the ......@ubuntu:~$ not appear to me never is this running ...??????
No idea what you're saying, but again, you need to READ THE DOCUMENTATION
. If you read it, you would see, right after installation, that you run yate, and it sits there, until you CTRL-C it. I even told you it was running, after you asked that the first time.
Yate can be started in many ways. The easiest way to run and debug, during setup is:
When you make changes to the configuration files (located in /etc/yate, you'll need to hit CTRL-C and re-run.
If this is your graduation project, you surely should know by now how to check to see if something is running. You can go to another terminal window, and type in "ps -ef | grep -i yate" and see what comes up.
, YOU need to read the documentation, and follow the setup guides. You can't expect to be spoon-feed every single detail. The guides are clear on how to run for debug/setup purposes, and how to start it as a daemon later, with output to a log file.