These docs are BARE minimum to allow Freeswitch to compile. It will use the default compiler on your platform unless you override it with CC and CXX variables prior to configure. None of the extra hoops need to be jumped through any longer. It should just WORK out of the box and we can address any specific issues as they come up. Anyone wishing to help improve this updated documentation please email email@example.com or contact bkw_ on IRC,
We need YOU to maintain this port of FreeSWITCH. Please contact one of the FreeSWITCH core developers on Freenode IRC channel #freeswitch or the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list to help them keep the code current for this operating system.
This is part of the Installation documentation which you should review first. It provides notes unique to FreeBSD 10.2. If you're on FreeBSD it will default to using clang. If you want to force it, export CC=`which clang` and export CXX=`which clang++` or if you prefer, use gcc and g++. The following will build the default modules.conf, and additional modules you wish to enable may require more dependencies.
FreeBSD rc.d script
The default installation comes with an rc-script but it doesn't meet the requirements of the FreeBSD rc.d framework. I've created (or actually copy/pasted it from Postfix) a script that does meets the rc.d requirements. Create the example below in /usr/local/etc/rc.d and give it the name 'freeswitch'
After creating the file it's time to change the permissions, otherwise it can't be executed. Go to /usr/local/etc/rc.d and issue the following command
Now it's time for calling the script from /etc/rc.conf. Put the two line below in the rc.conf file. The first one executes the startup script itself, the second one pipes the parameters.
In this example FreeSWITCH™ gets started with the parameters -nc (no console, you can access the console later using fs_cli). If your Freeswitch server has a IP address and not behind a NAT router, add the "-nonat" parameter (This will disable NAT traversal feature of FreeSWITCH). After a reboot you should see something like this in your console: