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Old 08-17-2013, 03:57 PM   #1
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how to extract asterisk ip pbx firmware 'uImage-md5' file


please help me to extract or edit PBX firmware uImage-md5 file. Its using blackfin cpu and uClinux kernel.

I need to change the logo for my asterisk ip pbx device

please tell me how to create a firmware without manufacturer help
 
Old 08-19-2013, 02:54 PM   #2
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please help me to extract or edit PBX firmware uImage-md5 file. Its using blackfin cpu and uClinux kernel. I need to change the logo for my asterisk ip pbx device please tell me how to create a firmware without manufacturer help
A good starting point would be the Asterisk documentation and forums:
http://forums.asterisk.org/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=16880

Putting your own company logo on a VOIP phone is a common thing, and you don't need to modify firmware images to do it. It depends on what kind of phone you're using, and whether it supports that or not.
 
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A good starting point would be the Asterisk documentation and forums:
http://forums.asterisk.org/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=16880

Putting your own company logo on a VOIP phone is a common thing, and you don't need to modify firmware images to do it. It depends on what kind of phone you're using, and whether it supports that or not.
thanks for your valuable replay. But I'm using zycoo ip pbx zx50 device and this device using analog device blackfin adsp-bf533 processor and uClinux and ext. iam successfully extracted its firmware using binwalk tool its image file stored in '\var\lib\asterisk\static-http\config\images\logo.png' but i don't know how to rebuild this firmware i try lots of tools but device doesn't support my file. i'm newbie in embeded architecture
please help me as soon as possible
 
Old 08-20-2013, 08:39 AM   #4
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thanks for your valuable replay. But I'm using zycoo ip pbx zx50 device and this device using analog device blackfin adsp-bf533 processor and uClinux and ext.
...which doesn't matter at all, since by putting whatever image file you want into the directories given to you on the Asterisk forum will make the logo work.
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iam successfully extracted its firmware using binwalk tool its image file stored in '\var\lib\asterisk\static-http\config\images\logo.png'
So if you've already extracted it, why did you open a thread asking how to extract it???
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but i don't know how to rebuild this firmware i try lots of tools but device doesn't support my file. i'm newbie in embeded architecture
please help me as soon as possible
This is a VOLUNTEER forum...we answer when we can, so telling us to help you 'as soon as possible' is fairly rude. Again, you DO NOT rebuild the firmware...you simply copy the logo files into where your asterisk software goes, into the appropriate locations. Done. AGAIN, this will only work if your VOIP DEVICE (that is, the phone that sits on someones desk), supports that feature.

There are also tools to let you do such things:
http://gitorious.org/embedded-linux-...e-upgrade-tool
http://www.bitsum.com/firmware_mod_kit.htm

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Old 08-20-2013, 10:06 AM   #5
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so if you've already extracted it, why did you open a thread asking how to extract it???
my friend thread opened time i can't extract firmware. I'am using lots of tool include http://www.bitsum.com/firmware_mod_kit.htm and now i'am using 'binwalk' to extract firmware easly.

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this is a volunteer forum...we answer when we can, so telling us to help you 'as soon as possible' is fairly rude. Again, you do not rebuild the firmware...you simply copy the logo files into where your asterisk software goes, into the appropriate locations. Done. Again, this will only work if your voip device (that is, the phone that sits on someones desk), supports that feature.
[b]sorry for my bad english[b]

there are also tools to let you do such things:
http://gitorious.org/embedded-linux-...e-upgrade-tool
http://www.bitsum.com/firmware_mod_kit.htm
thanks for your help
 
  


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