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Santosh Kumar Balasubramani
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Joined: Jun 21, 2011
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configuring of nagios in linux machine

Can you please help me out.
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to the Ranch

You would do well to edit the title of your thread; it is a bit vague.
I googled and found this. Or try this.
Tim Holloway
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I, too, sometimes have doubts.


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Santosh Kumar Balasubramani
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Joined: Jun 21, 2011
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Thanks for the update.
Santosh Kumar Balasubramani
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Can you please explain me the below sentence which is the step 2 of nagios installation.

"Verify whether gcc is installed" & "Verify whether GD is installed".
Tim Holloway
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In many popular distros, nagios is already assembled and ready to run. All that is required is to download the installation packages and install them. You can do that using YUM/RPM on Red Hat/Fedora/CentOS systems and you can do that using synaptic/dpkg on Debian/Ubuntu systems.

You usually won't have to install gcc and build nagios from scratch, unless you intend to customize nagios in some unusual way.
 
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