Diva(R) System Release 9.6LIN SU4 now available for download from:
- The 9.6LIN SU4 source-level package can now be built and operate on most Linux OSDs up through Linux kernel version 4.4 and GCC version 4.9.- The legacy Diva tty driver has been verified on the supported RHEL/CentOS/Debian OSDs. It has been also validated on other OSDs up to Linux kernel 3.13; however kernelpanic has been observed when attempting to access tty-Devices /dev/ttyds?? on certain OSDs with Linux kernel higher than 3.10.- On a 64-bit Linux systems, if there is not a directory "/usr/lib64", a symlink should be created from "/usr/lib64" to "/usr/lib" before beginning the installation, e.g., with the command "ln -s /usr/lib /usr/lib64".- With Release 7, RHEL moved from traditional System V initialization /etc/init.d to using systemd. Support for /etc/init.d initialization was kept for backward compatibility; however in the original RHEL/CentOS 7.2, a problem was introduced with the traditional System V initialization whereas the Diva Start scripts do not get executed upon system reboot, even if configured as such. To remedy the problem run "yum update" upon OSD installation: After the update the Diva httpd auto-start setting should work as expected.- In a test environment, a Fax fallback from 33.6 kbps to 14.4 kbps was observed in a group of channels which persisted at times. This is due to a mechanism in the card: It keeps a small table of phone-number entries where fallback failures to those numbers are remembered. A card restart might be needed to clear the cache in a lab test or similar environment where the same number is being dialed over and over, In real-life deployments, it will try 33.6k again to same peer soon after, due to calls and ports randomness.